Drawing autumn children

See also the Solihull SCB Practitioners Tool Box, which contains the tools referred to in the LSCB child protection procedures but holds them in one place to help practitioners. Drawing autumn children see ‘Quick Guide’ and ‘Values’.

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SHARING GOOD PRACTICE Information about the LPDS Award. Autumn leaves from paper to make a beautiful decoration or a wreath. 9th square is used to make the leaf and to serve as a stem. The three parts must be glued together overlapping on two places. Use the last part to make the stem. Glue half of it on the opposite side of the leaf. Start folding and gluing simultaneously until the stem is ready.

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