Visit the plants and animals
of a northern temperate forest. Hardwood trees, gray wolves, beavers
and owls are just a few of the sight you'll see.
Footprint Rug: Lets go
tracking for forest animals like the white tailed deer, spuirrel
and maybe a wolf. Create a rug using carpet scraps and paint
showing various animal prints.
408-2 Leaf Stamped Stationery: Oak, hickory, mapels -
which tree leaf will you choose for you stationery? Learn an
easy technique to create your own stationery design from a leaf.
408-3 Forest Creature Piñata: Take a fun look
at forest creatures with an owl piñata created from a
paper bag. The bag shape is perfect for the owl, since they
can't actually move their eyes and need to move their entire
head to see. Their face is actually a flat disk with feathers
at the edge to catch the slightest sound and aim the noise at
408-4 Enchanted Forest: Discover another use for paper
bags as you create treasure trees for an enchanted forest. Glitter
and beads and even some traditional leaves complete your project.
408-5 Rubbings Journal: Hardwood leaves are the
basis for interesting rubbings and a journal to record your
travels. Oil pastels and wire complement your journal.
408-6 Hands On Project: Kids helping other kids through
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