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Turkey on the Table is Your Family’s Next Thanksgiving Tradition

This centerpiece will help the kids focus on gratitude.


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Photo courtesy of Turkey on the Table
 

The Elf on the Shelf has been creeping around our homes for more than ten years, while Mensch on a Bench is going on its fifth Hanukkah. This year,  you won’t need to wait until  December to bring out a sweet seasonal bestie.

Turkey on the Table is the Thanksgiving equivalent to the beloved elf and mensch. Created by two California moms, the adorable stuffed turkey sports a big red wattle, string scarf and paper Thankful Feathers. Every day, the kids can write something on the feathers that they’re grateful for and add it to the turkey. By the time Thanksgiving hits, you can display all the feathers and read them aloud before your meal. Then use the gussied up gobbler as a table centerpiece or fall decoration.

Bonus? Turkey on the Table teamed up with Feeding America, a national organization dedicated to hunger relief, so every bird bought brings 10 donated meals to a person in need (that’s more than 435,000 meals since 2015!).

Turkey on the Table kits are $39.99. You can also buy additional replacement feather packs, Santa hats for the turkey and Giving Feathers, special Feeding America feathers that equate to 25 donated meals.

 

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