Thanksgiving Songs for Children – Ten Little Turkeys – Turkey Kids Songs by The Learning Station


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child’s heart, body, and mind – [Announcer] Ten Little
Turkeys by The Learning Station. Available in single song download. (light music) – [Announcer] Turkey facts. Male turkeys are called toms. Female turkeys are called hens. A baby turkey is called a poult. Only tom turkeys gobble. Female turkeys make a clicking sound. Do you know any interesting turkey facts? Please let us know in the
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  1. “Ten Little Turkeys” from the CD download, “Children's Favorite Autumn Songs & Fingerplays”. Download “Children’s Favorite Autumn Songs & Fingerplays” CD: https://goo.gl/FRrXvf
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  2. This is a great song for Thanksgiving and teaching children early math! Music makes learning FUN!!

  3. Cute graphics for this fun fingerplay. I love using it to teach beginning subtraction by subtracting one each time a turkey each time a turkey flies or hides. Fun turkey fact! Turkeys can run at speeds of up to 25 miles per hour and fly as fast as 55 miles per hour.

  4. um…you just sang 1 detail that I thot,I thot the hen said hi and they didn't like him (or her) so they flyed away.

  5. Hello! Great channel… my children love it. I love the little facts at the end of this video. Great work! God bless you!

  6. not bad i already knew about the female male and the baby turkey. Happy early Thanksgiving

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  9. Turkey fact: Turkey is best enjoyed when followed by pumpkin pie. LOLOLOLOLOL HAPPY TURKEY DAY! Well almost for us here in Canada

  10. 1. The color of a turkey’s head and throat will change depending on his mood. 2. A part of the turkey’s stomach, the gizzard, contains tiny stones to aid in digestion. 3. Turkeys form strong social bonds with their family and flock mates, sometimes traveling in the wild with groups of 200 or more. 4. There are approximately 5,500 feathers on an adult wild turkey, including 18 tail feathers that make up the male’s distinct fan. 5. Turkeys have great hearing, but no external ears. They have an amazing field of vision of about 270 degrees and are able to see in color. 6. A wild turkey’s home territory often exceeds 1,000 acres, and they have an incredible knack for remembering locations, even after a year of separation. 7. Wild turkeys sleep in trees away from predators — this is natural roosting behavior that even domesticated turkeys will try to do. 8.A wild turkey’s gobble can be heard up to one mile away. 9.A turkey’s gender can be determined from its droppings — males produce spiral-shaped poop while females produce “J” shaped poop. 10. Ben Franklin wanted the turkey, rather than the bald eagle, to be the national bird of the United States..

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  13. This is practically my entire religion
    Bow down to the Turkey Gods and sacrifice your child

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