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Children harvest art materials.

YOUNGSTERS at Barby pre-school, based at Barby Village Hall, have been collecting autumn materials to make faces.

The children were taken on a walk around their village to find different materials for their artwork, such as twigs, conkers and leaves.

Back in the classroom, they set to work to make the faces.

Barby Pre-School superviser Julie Bowie said: "We organised it because the children have recently learned about the autumn.

"It was one of a number of exercises to help them learn and they enjoyed making the faces afterwards."

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FACING UP TO AUTUMN: Three-year-old Lewis Simmons and Tamsin Gray, aged four, with their artistic creation. Picture: LISA CAREY
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Nov 13, 2000
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