First Graders Talk Turkey

First Graders Talk Turkey

Luke Zuehlke: First, put in the oven. Next, take it out of the oven. Then chop it. Cook at 70 degrees for 8 minutes. Serve with pork, milk, dessert.

Gabrielle Taylor: First, get the turkey from the store. Next, take it home to make it. Then, put it in the stove. Cook at 80 degrees for 1 hour. Serve with pieces of chicken around it and chips.

Effi Schneider: First, shoot it. Next, bring it home. Then, cook it. Cook at 12 degrees for 11 minutes. Serve with buns, fruit.

Isaac Richter: First, shoot it. Next, cook it. Then, boil it. Cook at 36 degrees for 6 minutes. Serve with fruit, salad, vegetables.

Cullen Peters: First, put stuffing it. Next, put in the oven. Then, turn the dial. Cook at 20 degrees for 30 minutes. Serve with mashed potatoes, jam, cheese burgers.

Nayeli Ortega-Quezada: First, put it in the oven. Next, if the oven doesn’t work, use the microwave. Then, keep it warm. Cook at 30 degrees for 20 minutes. Serve with pumpkin pie, juice to drink, fruit, apples.

Ryan Murphy: First, put it in the oven. Next, put some salt on it. Then, watch videos on the computer while it cooks. Cook at 73 degrees for 2 hrs. and 1 minute. Serve with gummy snacks, ice cream, pizza, lollipops.

Luzetta Moeckly: First find something to cook it with like a pan. Next, put it in the pan. Then, baste it. Cook at 30 degrees for 30 minutes.

Serve with salad and fruit.

Jacey Melroe: First, Grandpa shoots a turkey. Next, Grandma bakes it. Then, she takes it out and lets it cool. Cook at 57 degrees for one whole day. Serve with stuffing, salad bar, potatoes, and dessert.

Alexis Littrell: First, mommie makes all the food by herself. Next, she gets out the plates. Then, she sets them on the table. Cook at 200 degrees for 30 minutes. Serve with sweet butter.

Layken Krista: First, go to grocery store and buy it. Next, wash it off. Then, cook it. Cook at 6 1/2 degrees for 6 minutes. Serve with mac ’n cheese.

Peyton Johnson: First, go to grocery store to buy it. Cook it in the oven. Next, put on table. Then, you eat it. Cook at 6 degrees for 12 1/2 minutes. Serve with a turkey tray. Put lettuce and tomato on tray.

Ella Ingvalson: First, take out of the package. Next, cook it. Then, put it on a plate. Cook at 30 degrees for 10 minutes. Serve with mashed potatoes, salad and carrots.

Abel Henning: First, turn the boiler on. Next, cut up the turkey. Then, boil it. Cook at 7 degrees for 60 minutes. Serve with pizza.

Jaelynn Heitmann: First, cook it. Next, eat it. Then, clean up. Cook at 111 degrees for 20 minutes. Serve with chips.

Honesty Koop: First, get it from the store. Next, bring it back home. Then, cook it. Cook at 10 degrees for 10 minutes. Serve with sauce and some people eat it blank.

Reagan Hastings: First, Grandpa boils it. Next, he puts seasoning in it. Then, he takes it out of the boiler. Cook at 102 degrees for 40 minutes. Serve with chips, baked cauliflower with cheese, and special crackers.

Sylus Guy: First, you put pepper on it. Next, put butter on it. Then, put it in the oven. Cook at 6 degrees for 26 seconds. Serve with salt and pizza.

Olivia Effling: First, grab out of the cooler. Next, unwrap it. Then, put it in the oven. Cook at 10 degrees for 5 minutes. Serve with other chicken, lettuce and a drink like fruit punch.

Evangeline Colvin: First, put it on a tray. Next, put a timer on it. Then, when it beeps it comes out. Cook at 10 degrees for 20 minutes. Serve with pepper, mashed potatoes and spinach.

Rylan Carlson: First, put it in the oven. Next, cook it. Then, take it out of the oven. Cook at hot degrees for 12 minutes. Serve with cheese and salt.

Daphne Bosse: First, get it out of the bag. Next, cook it. Then, eat it. Cook at 30 degrees for 40 minutes. Serve with mashed potatoes.

Skylar Bender: First, you buy the turkey. Next, get it ready. Then, put it in the oven. Cook at 50 degrees for 13 minutes. Serve with jello, bread and mashed potatoes.

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