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UH-UH! A FOREST! A BIG DARK FOREST.
We took digital video and stills cameras to film the forest in the school plantation. We saw…
Branches that were long, straight and tall
Leaves that were sharp and spiky
Leaves that were floppy and soft
Some trees were brown and did not have any leaves at all
Some trees poked up into the sky
Some places in the forest were crissy crossy … like a spiders web!
Some places were sparkling bright
Some branches were twisted
Winslow Homer We looked carefully at a picture of a forest – On The Trail by Winslow Homer. We looked especially at the trees, then…
…we made a leafy forest collage
Next we used chalks and charcoal…
…to make stumble trip forest pictures
Paulo Uccello also painted a picture of a forest… Hunt by Paulo Uccello
We looked carefully at the tree then…
..we worked together to make a dark forest collage
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