Hello Kids Club families! Wincey and Lillie are getting into the autumnal spirit by creating a woodland craft: cute hedgehogs made with fallen leaves!
To create this weeks craft, head outdoors and pick up a collection of your favourite crisp leaves... You 'wood' not believe how much fun it can be! This weeks video has been inspired by the story Tidy by Emily Gravett. A lovely story that follows Pete te badger on his mission to keep his forest tidy, but he soon discovers the problem of a leaf-less woodland! Uh oh!
Branch out with us and watch the video!
Watch the video above to find out how to create your own hedgehog craft and join in as Wincey and Lillie bravely go on a woodland bear hunt too.. take caution.. be brave, this might get grizzly!
What you will need:
- A paper plate cut in half
- A collection of leaves from outdoors
- A glue stick
- A googly eye
- A pink or brown crayon
- A black felt pen
1. Firstly you will need to cut your paper plate in half, make sure you have adult supervision when using scissors!
2. Taking the leaves; start arranging them to fill just over half of the plate. This is creating the hedgehog's body. Then, once you're happy with how you have set them, glue each one individually onto the plate.
3. Next up colour the remainder of the plate with your choice of pink or brown crayon. This will be its face. Once you've done that, stick on its googly eye and don't forget to give your hedhehog a sweet little nose and mouth!
Ta da! You've done it! You've created something that sure looks sharp and hedgy!
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Time for us to leaf now, happy autumn from Wincey and Lillie!