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We made our own natural leaf prints by covering the leaf in material then hammering it. This made the green colour of the leaf, print onto the fabric. 

We used crayons to do leaf rubbings then added details to turn them into animals. 

We had lots of fun making our own mud paints which we added some colour to then we used them to create our own pictures.

We went on a walk around the school grounds to find flowers and leaves to weave into our cardboard hearts. We think they look really pretty!

Having fun making 'blossom rain.'

After reminding ourselves what happens in the story Jack and the Beanstalk, we had a go at creating our own beanstalk using leaves. We climbed up it to see if we could find Jack but we got scared of the giant so we quickly came back down and got rid of the beanstalk to stop him from following us. After our little adventure, we played some games and then enjoyed some delicious hot chocolate and s'mores by the campfire. 

We decorated our own gingerbread man template using brown leaves and berries. Then we we created our own rafts to help the gingerbread man get across the river by himself and stop the cheeky fox from eating him.   

After retelling the story of The Three Little Pigs altogether, we made our own houses out of sticks, straw and bricks. Then we made masks so we could become the big, bad wolf and try to huff and puff and blow the houses down! 

We had a go at doing some leaf rubbings by carefully using the side of the crayon to make the shape appear on our paper. We also enjoyed watching the pretty flames of the campfire. 

We went for a walk around the field in the rain to collect Autumn leaves. Back in the classroom we used them to do some weaving on some big spiders webs. 

We made our own Autumn masks to turn us into woodland pixies!

We went on a hunt to find Autumn colours.

We made our own hedgehogs using clay and sticks. 

We had fun getting to find out what was in our Forest School area by playing 'Go Find It!'

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