Our project artist Emily Laurens worked with a Year 6 school group to make some beautiful tissue ‘stained glass windows’ for our Adders are Amazing! exhibition. They are simple to make and can be adjusted to the season. It works best as an indoor activity. This can be adapted to work with any scene or animal, but we liked putting adders into these seasonal windows, showing what they are doing at different times of the year. We particularly liked the autumn scene, as the adder finds a pile of leaves to go into to hibernate! It helps the children understand the ecology and natural cycles of the adder, which in turn helps them relate to them.