A fungus grows on trees in darker, damper environments. Fungi can be great to draw on when they are fresh (the part that faces down is white and soft making it easy to draw on). As they dry out, they turn brown.
This is a fungus I drew on when I was a kid. It was white when I pulled it off the tree, but has now turned brown. This drawing is about 20 years old.
Make this a family activity: See if you can find enough fungi for everyone to draw on their own.
This activity promotes creativity and environmental awareness.
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