Did you know that Ben Franklin wanted to make the turkey, not the Bald Eagle, the national bird of the United States? The turkey became popular because of American people's love for eating the bird on special occasions like Thank sgiving. Most turkeys that we eat are so heavy they cannot fly. Did you know that only the male turkeys gooble. More than 45 million turkeys are cooked and 525 million pounds of turkeys are eaten during Thanksgiving.
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2. Name five turkey fact that you have learned.
3.Color and cut out your turkey.
4. Write the five facts that you have learned while hunting for your turkey.
5. You have finished. Now, show your turkey to your parents and talk about the things you learned about turkeys.