Een vosje van papier


De aller-makkelijkste manier voor het maken van vosje vind je hier. Voor iedereen eenvoudig te doen, als je tenminste papier kan knippen. Met 1 gekleurd papier gemaakt, met een beetje knippen en plakken. Het patroontje vind je hieronder! Dus knutsel er gerust een stuk of 10 en maak een hele vossenfamilie. 

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Werkwijze:

  • Knip de onderdelen uit en trek ze over op oranje papier
  • Het witte v-tje van het snuitje mag gewoon wit papier zijn
  • Plak het witte v-tje op het snuitje en plak oogjes. Teken met wit potlood de binnenoortjes, met roze kleurpotlood de wangetjes met zwart twee streepjes van het mondje.
  • Maak de nageltjes zwart met stift
  • Plak het kopje en de handjes in het midden van het vel en zorg dat de oortjes wat uitsteken
  • Rol het papier op en niet bovenaan en onderaan vast met nietmachine
  • Vouw de bovenkantjes van de voetjes en plak ze vast aan de rand
  • Vouw het uiteinde van de staart en plak het daaraan vast. Je kan het ook in het rolletje steken en dan nog een nietje erbij. Dat is steviger.
  • Decoreer met dennenappels, mos, kastanjes, beukenootjes en eikeltjes en je hebt een geweldige herfsthoek of  thematafel! Een fijne herfst gewenst!

Via Instagram kreeg ik onderstaande foto's van "My_Three_Bears". Zij heeft naar aanleiding van dit artikeltje, ook vosjes met haar drie zoons gemaakt! Dit is ook een superleuk vosje geworden, vind je ook niet? 

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Ingezonden door Unlock Fun, zo kan je ook een vosje knutselen, door een wc-rol te gebruiken... of een blauwe uil te verven.. of een paarse kat te maken :)

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Schattige vosjes, ingezonden door Basteltante Su Ma Lu uit Duitsland

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Een vosje kan je ook makkelijk knutselen met 1 papieren bordje, kijk maar eens hoe Kristina van MomLife.88 deze vos met haar 2 kinderen gemaakt heeft!

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Gratis kleurplaat Vos

Sla de printable eerst op (met rechtermuisknop) en daarna kan je vanuit de opgeslagen map de kleurplaat uitprinten.

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Heb jij ook een leuke knutsel gemaakt en mag het hier op Yoors gedeeld worden? Mail de foto (met je naam) dan gerust even naar ilse@deknutseljuf.nl


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Meer op Yoors zien? Meld je dan eerst even gratis hieronder aan:

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I am not really new here, but I never got to introduce myself
#iamnewhere  I am not really new here, but I never got to introduce myself. I was planning on making this post in May since I would be celebrating one year on Yoors, but then I decided to make this post right now and to be early. To introduce myself, here are some facts about me: 1. I am currently trying to eat gluten-free and dairy-free foods. 2. I love The Sims 2 and I really like The Sims 4. 3. I learned how to play the guitar when I was 11. 4. I have self-published two books. 5. I have a YouTube channel. 6. I try to work out every day on the stationary bike for at least 30 minutes. It's hard sometimes, I'm not going to lie. 7. I am working on a book about mature topics, involving young characters. That's it from me for now!
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Dutch cows provide deforestation in the Amazon.
The Amazon is sacrificed by cheap soy. - #environmentalpollution   #environmentallyconscious   #nitrogenemissions   #deforestationamazon     Today I was freaked out when I took the Volkskrant, from 22-04-2022 - out of the mailbox and saw it on the front page: Dutch cows eat up the Amazon. - I went to read the very detailed article immediately and the fear grabbed around me. I struggled through three full pages in the hope of being able to explain the article briefly: The Dutch cow (farmer) is addicted to the cheap Brazilian soy. Large parts of the Amazon region are sacrificed to feed Dutch cattle with soy. As a result, CO2 emissions in Brazil increase and nitrogen emissions in the Netherlands are rising. Alarm bells?! The Netherlands is, after China, the main customer of the world's largest soy producer. While the Brazilian harvest reaches a new record this season, Dutch demand is also growing: in the first half of 2020 the Netherlands imported 1.6 billion kilos from Brazil, 40 percent more than the year before. Part is sold (edited) to European neighbouring countries, part remains in the Netherlands. In the global struggle for scarce agricultural land, China has grown to become by far the largest buyer of Brazilian soy in 15 years. Soybean connects farmers on both sides of the ocean. - The Brazilian farmer produces it, the Dutch cow and other cattle eat part of the processed product. For one farmer it is a lucrative crop to grow, for the other it is the cheapest way to feed his cattle with a high quality protein. So cheap that it is one of the pillars of Dutch intensive livestock farming — where the farmer is expected to produce a lot at low cost. Therefore, any alternative to soya immediately gnaws at the profitability of the Dutch livestock farmer competing on the world market. Where the Brazilian farmer feels supported and wears his Bolsonaro shirt, the Dutch farmers feel abandoned by politics. Over the past two years, they went to the Binnenhof in a disruptive column of tractors in the direction of the Binnenhof. Farmers are increasingly in the dock, partly because of the other price tags to the soybean industry. In the Netherlands, animal feed plays a role in excessive nitrogen emissions. In Brazil, soya farming contributes to the deforestation of the Amazon region and swallows an ever larger part of the Cerrado, a savanna and swamp land where the Netherlands fits in more than 45 times. Through satellite photos, huge holes have been detected and shows how Brazilian deforestation has increased at high speed. What does The Hague and Europe do about this problem? - In The Hague, 8,500 kilometres away, Minister Carola Schouten (ChristenUnie) has made the 'circular agriculture' a spearhead of her policy over the past four years. The cow should only defecate what farmers can put on their land on manure. Minister Schouten opted last year for forced protein reduction (soya) of livestock transport. Less soy for the cow! However, such a far-reaching intervention was not taken by the farmers and massively the farmers travelled with tractors to The Hague. With the backing of critical experts, the dairy cattle got their way. Since the elections we now also have a BBB party, which has come with one seat in the room But with the soy imports Netherlands also nitrogen. Partly because of this, the livestock produces tens of millions of kilos of nitrogen (and phosphate) too much. Over the past two years, the impact of the nitrogen compound ammonia, derived from cow poop and urine, as a result of the abundant soya consumption of cows. Three-quarters of the fragile nature in the Netherlands suffers from the high amounts of nitrogen that descend to it. More and more Dutch political parties are embracing the idea that livestock should be greatly reduced. But this idea evokes “peasant hatred”. In an effort to reduce the environmental damage caused by their own soya addiction, European customers have issued numerous certificates. For example, the European Union refuses to sign a free trade agreement with the South American trading bloc Mercosur as long as Brazil itself does not fight deforestation. However, a large group of people. Greenpeace sees soy certification as a cover for a destructive practice. The label system does far too little to deal with the destruction of nature in Brazil, according to many critics. Soy is promoted as very sustainable. The hymn of soya is worldwide. - The hymn on soy is about essential amino acids. The building blocks for protein in body cells do not make the body itself, but must come from food. Among other things, soy is also very good for vegetarians because of its perfect composition with a high quality source of protein and other nutrients. The same applies to livestock, the cows grow hard from soy and they also give milk easier. The combined soya demand of 1.6 million Dutch dairy cows, plus 11.8 million pigs and more than 100 million chickens can be called huge. All that soy can not be replaced with less favorable sources of protein, such as field beans or lupine. President Macron once again clearly denounced. - Emmanuel Macron said last year 'As long as we remain dependent on Brazilian soy, we support the deforestation of the Amazon.“However, he was laughed at by Brazilian President Bolsonaro by saying, “Don't talk nonsense, Mr. Macron. Then don't buy soy, he shammed.'And he was right about that, because Brazil has a sufficient reduction in soy due to the immense demand for soy from China (the most polluting country in the world). So a smaller herd will not hit the Brazilian soy export. The Dutch profit will be smaller, but nature will make a lot of it! Source: Volkskrant/22-04-2022/Pieter Hosse Smit and Joost de Vries Free writing: Janne Marthies Illustrations: #pixaby and Janne Marthies.