by Eco Kids Planet January 09, 2024

In our November 'Animals in Autumn' issue, we asked you to create an art piece using objects found in nature. We know it took a lot of skill and creativity, so a big thank you to all of you for taking part! It's amazing to see what you can create when you get inspired by nature. 

Congratulations to our four winners!

Arran, age 8, Chesham

owl nature art children

Thomas, age 12, Sidmouth
"Have you seen my worm", said the mole.

mole nature art children

Isla, age 12, Cooksbridge

Harry, age 6, Luxembourg
An owl family

"I made it with wood, helicopter seeds, and Christmas tree pine needles. It's a picture of an owl family sitting on a branch, one is flying off with movement lines to show how fast he's going."


 Kiriana, age 10, Kendal

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Mischa, age 10, St Clears


Seren, age 9, Cumbria
Red squirrel

squirrel nature art children

Sienna, age 7, London
Common Poorwill

Common Poorwill nature art children

Benji, age 9, Norfolk

red squirrel nature art children

Niamh, age 8, Lewes

squirrel nature art children

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