Andrew, who’s six, came home with some additional homework this week.
His assignment was to provide Tom the Turkey with a disguise so that he wouldn’t be cooked on Thanksgiving Day.
Andrew turned his turkey into an elf complete with a toy train in his left wing.
The next day I was eager to hear all about the other students’ turkeys.
Andrew explained, “There was a Yoda, a Harry Potter, and a cow.
Jane made a cow. She took a paper bag and covered her turkey with it and pasted a cow head on it.
It looks like a kid made it.”
Apparently, art at five and half is just childish while art at six qualifies you to work at the Guggenheim.