On Saturday, before it rained, we collected lots of leaves, chestnuts and all sorts of twigs and fruits from the park.
After you collect the leaves, dry them with a household iron because there’s still some moisture left in them. Divide them into groups based on shape and species. Think about what you would like to make, arrange the leaves on the paper and then glue them one by one with PVA glue. Start with simpler shapes like a butterfly or some kind of bug.
You will see that it’s not so difficult and the kids instinctively know what else they can make.
From our mail: this fall butterfly was made by mom Nadezhda and her daughter Lilia.