Peacock Supply List: 1 toilet paper roll, paint, 1 sheet of white paper, colored pencils or crayons, glue, google eyes, scissors, small piece of yellow paper
Start by painting your toilet paper roll. Cole choose to use a pink/purple mix. Allow your toilet paper roll to dry.
While your paint is drying, color some designs on your piece of paper.
Fold your paper into a fan. Cut out a piece of purple paper for a head and 2 wings.
Glue your fan to the back of your toilet paper roll and glue your wings and head on your peacock.
The Spooky Tail of Prewitt Peacock is an old favorite by one of my favorite authors, Bill Peet. Prewitt's shamefully scraggly tail develops the appearance of a scary monster and the other peacocks decide it has to go. A fun story for the pre-school crowd.