Here’s another poem for Thanksgiving…
Five Little Turkeys
Five little turkeys standing in a row. (Hold up 5 fingers)
First little turkey said, “I don’t want to grow.” (Hold up 1 finger)
Second little turkey said, “Why do you say that?” (Hold up 2 fingers)
Third little turkey said, “I want to get fat.” (Hold up 3 fingers)
Fourth little turkey said, “Thanksgiving is near.” (Hold up 4 fingers)
Fifth little turkey said, “Yes, that’s what I hear.” (Hold up 5 fingers)
Then the five little turkeys that were standing in a row,
All said together, “Come on, let’s go!” (Move fingers like they’re running away)
Come visit Mama Lisa’s Thanksgiving Pages for more Thanksgiving Songs, Poems, Nursery Rhymes and Recipes including another version of 5 Little Turkeys plus the rhyme 5 Little Pilgrims.
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