Back to basics

Back to Basics – L is for leaves

It’s the first day of Autumn and what better way to celebrate than with back to basics L is for leaves. As the leaves begin to fall there are so many fun things that you can do with them – check back in the week for my roundup of ways to play with leaves.

Play in the leaves

Autumn Fun from The Imagination Tree

Run through the leaves, rake them up into piles, jump in the piles of leaves, throw them into the air and rain them down on you. Have fun with the leaves out in the garden, park and woods. This lovely post from The Imagination Tree is full of wonderful ideas on playing in leaves as well as celebrating Autumn.

Craft with leaves

Leaf Crown from Red Ted Art

Add them to pictures to create textures, make them into leaf crowns like the one above from Red Ted Art.

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