by Eco Kids Planet August 31, 2021

In June’s ‘Tiny Wildlife’ issue, we asked you to create forest mud faces. Thank you to all of you who embraced the messy challenge and sent us your mud-spattered entries!

 

Charlotte, age 9, London

charlotte forest face


 

Ruth, age 9, Eastleigh

ruth forest face

 

Josiah, age 6, Crawley

josiah

 

Katie, age 10, Verwood

katie forest face


 

Seren, age 8, Loughborough

seren mud forest face


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