My most favourite time of year is autumn. I love the crisp air, the colours of the changing leaves against the big blue sky and the dark nights snuggled in the house!
I love encouraging children to explore autumn, crunch in the leaves, find the treasures of autumn hidden under leaves, print with leaves and soak it all in! I share the story by Lynley Dodd and we make clay hedgehogs to hide!
Making hedgehogs always reminds me of bread making with my nana and making lovely bread hedgehogs! So this morning to accompany our homemade carrot soup me and the littlest digger have made bread hedgehogs! Yum yum! They won’t win any beauty contests but certainly will taste good with our not quite homegrown soup (our onions and garlic but shop bought carrots! Almost sacrilege but our carrot crop was rubbish!)