For November's competition, we asked you to submit your favourite British animal - ONLY using natural items that you can find outside. Your entries were terrific! Lots of you went out and collected colourful leaves, spiky pine-cones and funny-shaped sticks to create some magical masterpieces!
Brendan, age 8, North Yorkshire: Owl
We love Brendan's owl! It's so impressive. Those strong, wide wings and big eyes make this owl a mighty predator! What super materials Brendan has collected.
Ethan, age 9, Evesham: Badger, ferret and field mice
"I have made a badger head from a chunk of wood I found, a ferret in a late autumn coat out of a recycled kitchen roll tube, and we also used a teasel head and pampas grass. I also made two field mice out of teasel heads and some leaves for ears and pampas grass for a tail and I used googly eyes on the mice."
Ethan's natural creations are great. He truly has a good eye for weaving together lots of natural resources to create exciting animals! Well done.
Sebastian, age 9, Brighton
Each budding artist will receive a set of two great new games from Drumond Park (Word Bandit & Super Ski Jump).
Seb, age 7: Grass snake
Astrid, age 9, Oxfordshire: Owl
Rory, age 9, Twickenham: Stag
Edward, age 4, Lincoln: Reg the owl
Harriet, age 10, Macclesfield: Owl
Lily and Rosie, Aged 8 and 5, Kent, Hedgey the Hedgehog hibernating.
Rahma, age 8, Stockport: Red squirrel
Maryam, age 8, Australia: Hedgehog
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