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This is a great idea for children ages 5 and up. My 10 year old daughter (stepdaughter) started this and when we go somewhere we always get leaves for her.


Material

  • 1 Book
  • 1 Pen or pencil
  • Lots Lots of leaves
  • 5 Long sheets of baking paper to trace
  • 3 Lots of glue and sticky tape

Method

  1. Collect leaves from everywhere you go.
  2. Trace and draw your leaves.
  3. Stick or glue (or both) in your book.
  4. Write a bit about the leaves and where you got them from.




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My name is Rebecca and I am a mum of 6 they range from 21 down to 10. I love cooking and enjoy cooking with my girls sometimes when my boys like cooking ( they used to anyway). Iam lactose in tolerant and gluten intolerant as well as diabetic so recipes are hard to find that aren't so powdery and taste bland, currently I am studying certificate 2 in Retail Services then I am going on to do certificate 3 in Business.

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  • It’s a great idea.

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  • Thank you everyone it is great to show children the things we used to do and enjoy and the things they take for granted xxxxoooo

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  • What a great idea, my daughter would love this!

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  • What a fantastic school holiday project. We have so many leaves in our garden and surrounding area

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  • Fab idea – much better to encourage kids to get back to nature!

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  • For the potential botanists in our families.

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  • Great idea to encourage kids outside to find different leaves and to encourage writing. Thanks.

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  • This is such a great idea!

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  • I remember doing this at school. Good fun for young kids!

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  • Very natural and nice looking too! Thank you!

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  • What a creative project, thank you for sharing.

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  • What a great project to do with my kids, educational and gets them out of the house to search for the leaves

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  • Thank you so much for sharing! This looks wonderful! I can’t wait to try it! :D

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  • An oldie but a goodie.
    Well done ..
    Fun and educational at the same time. :-)

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  • I remember doing this with my daughter when she was young.

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