Delicate Skeleton Leaves

This week, Year 1Q started their Forest School session with a nature walk. They found plenty of natural treasures including conkers, conker shells, crunchy brown leaves, acorns and beech nut shells…

One thing they were fascinated with was skeleton leaves. Skeleton leaves are created when a leaf begins to decay and only the veins of the leaf are left behind. This creates an amazing, delicate lace-like effect…

Hoods and zips up, the children finished the session with one of their favourite activities; throwing leaves in the air…

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