Tuesday, May 12, 2020

Autumn Leaves

Last week at morning tea time Nicole, Jaeden, Zenalia and I went to the huge Old Oak tree and  we played with the leaves flutterring down slowly on to the ground. 
Nicole, Jaeden and I built a really long wall using leaves with bits of red, orange, yellow, brown and gold. But we didn't like the shape of the enormous big wall so we changed it into a mountain full of leaves. We all liked to jump, dive and swim in the massive pile of leaves. All the dried leaves crunched and crackled when we stepped on them. I tried sleeping on them but Jaeden and Nicole were throwing piles of leaves on me.  The leaves felt really spiky and prickly like a cactus.
When we jumped into it, I noticed that it kind of looked like a pool. Jaeden and Nicole liked the idea so we shifted all the leaves into a shape of a pool. We filled it with all the leaves we could find and we jumped in the leafy pool.

Zenalia had to play alone in her pile but we all still had lots of fun.


  1. What a lot of fun you had with the autumn leaves... I really like all of the describing words which you have used in your blog post. How many leaves do you think there were altogether?

  2. That looks like alot of fun!

  3. Nice story that sound lovely to see.:)