In this activity, students solve systems of equations by graphing them onto a coordinate plane (wilderness) full of turkeys. The students will "hunt" the turkeys by graphing each equation and then finding the point of intersection for each pair of equations. The points of intersection land on a different turkey's head each time, thus signifying a "direct hit".
This activity is great to do right before Thanksgiving. The turkeys are labeled A, B, C, etc., but the students often like to give them creative names starting with those letters (Andrew, Beatrice, Chevy, etc.). In general, it is a fun way for students to get practice solving systems of equations by graphing.