Foxes live in forested areas, but they are also found in mountains, grasslands and deserts.
They make their homes by digging burrows in the ground.
These burrows, also called dens, provide a cool area to sleep, a good location to store food and a safe place to have their pups.
Burrows are dug-out tunnels that have rooms for the fox and its family to live in.
The burrows also have several exits so that they can flee if a predator enters the burrow.
As part of our Fox week, we created our very own burrows using a few key ingredients.
These include toy foxes, wood chips, artificial grass, rocks, and pine cones!
Everyone enjoyed creating little scenarios with their dens, seeing all of the different ways they could create a home for their foxes!