Leaf activities: We read Lois Ehlert's book The Leaf Man, then collect cool "stuff" on our nature walk to make a paper plate Leaf Person. The results are way cool! FREE packet.

Leaf activities: We read Lois Ehlert's book The Leaf Man, then collect cool "stuff" on our nature walk to make a paper plate Leaf Person. The results are way cool! FREE packet.

Printable cut and paste model of the leaf for your photosynthesis unit!

Photosynthesis and Cells of the Leaf

Leaf Woman. The Leaf Woman is a female tree spirit with an elegant form and cool charisma. Cast in frost-proof concrete the Leaf Woman is suitable for both indoors and outdoors. She is 18cm in wide, 17cm high, and weighs about 0.8kg. The colour is woodland green. All our ornaments are made and painted by hand in our workshop in Zeeland, the Netherlands.

Leaf Woman. The Leaf Woman is a female tree spirit with an elegant form and cool charisma. Cast in frost-proof concrete the Leaf Woman is suitable for both indoors and outdoors. She is 18cm in wide, 17cm high, and weighs about 0.8kg. The colour is woodland green. All our ornaments are made and painted by hand in our workshop in Zeeland, the Netherlands.

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Walking Leaves (family Phyllidae, order Phasmatodea) Leaf insects use camouflage to take on the appearance of a leaf. They do this so accurately that predators often aren’t able to distinguish them from real leaves. In some species the edge of the leaf insect’s body even has the appearance of bite marks. To further confuse predators, when the leaf insect walks, it rocks back and forth, to mimic a real leaf being blown by the wind. Credit: Wikipedia #Insects #Walking_Leaf

5 insectos con superpoderes reales

Walking Leaves (family Phyllidae, order Phasmatodea) Leaf insects use camouflage to take on the appearance of a leaf. They do this so accurately that predators often aren’t able to distinguish them from real leaves. In some species the edge of the leaf insect’s body even has the appearance of bite marks. To further confuse predators, when the leaf insect walks, it rocks back and forth, to mimic a real leaf being blown by the wind. Credit: Wikipedia #Insects #Walking_Leaf

See the "Leaf-Covered Candleholder" in our Tiki Party Ideas gallery

Leaf-Covered Candleholder

Lots of fabulous early childhood and preschool fall leaf activities

8 Easy & Inexpensive Leaf Activities that Won't Bore Your Kids

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