Another thing we are doing is learning about nature. We are lucky to live on a beautiful farming estate so we have lovely walks available to us when we want to go on one. Normally though, someone always gets stung while we are closely looking at something.
This walk consisted of looking at the different types of grasses that are out this time of year. Sadly, it has been very cold and we think that the normal spring grasses are going to be a few weeks late this year.
On our walk, we came to the end of our lane and found a lovely lake which was covered in lily pads. We have done a Monet inspired painting from this.
On the way home we came across this skeleton which we think was missing a few limbs and possibly the top of it’s jaw, so Elsa thought it was a possibly a fox or deer and Anna thought it was a kangaroo or a bear, which Elsa thought was funny but I thought made sense really, as it was missing two legs. After a bit of research at home we found out that it is a muntjac deer.
We had collected lots of moss and stones and pine cones this time so we made a little fairy garden which looked really cute. The girls picked lots of flowers from our garden to pretty it up a lot.
We had a lovely day.