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Nature walk fun

So today me and my daughter went for a nature walk. On our walk we collected things we found along the way.
Some things included leaves, sticks, acorns, pinecones, and a feather.
After we collected these things we went home and dumped them onto a tray. This turned into a sensory tray sense there was a lot of different things to explore. I also talked to her about how some things (like leaves) are food for some bugs, and how thigns like pinecones are homes to other bugs.
After she was done exploring she used some of the items to make a picture with glue, others got returned back to nature.


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