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A spiky friend for Firs and Oaks

Our youngest children concentrated really hard today, when using a hammer to tap sticks into a pumpkin, in order to make a fabulous forest hedgehog! They were very proud of their efforts…as were we.

Lots of other things were going on today, including litter picking, investigating twigs and leaves, climbing, balancing and bouncing…

And we enjoyed playing with our wood numbers-using them in counting and matching with natural objects from the  forest floor.

2 Responses to “A spiky friend for Firs and Oaks”

  1. Steve Pillinger says:

    The Forest Blog is great! We can’t wait to see what they’ve been up to each week.

    • Deb Smith says:

      We have such a lovely time out in the woods each week…and it’s so good to hear that you’re enjoying it too!

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