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Children and staff at Kiddi Caru’s Exeter day nursery are all Aping Around for Red Nose Day this year.
On Friday 13th March with help of new children’s picture book the Queen’s Orang-utan from David Williams, the nursery will be trying to raise as much money as they can for the charity.
Red Nose Day is one of the UK’s biggest fundraising events encouraging people to get involved in lots of fun activities to raise cash and change lives. The money raised is spent by the charity to help people living incredibly tough lives, both at home in the UK and across the world’s poorest countries.
The nursery is holding activities all week in the run-up to Red Nose Day. The children will be making safari and animal masks, enjoying jungle dancing, acting out the movements of animals with lots of crawling and wriggling.
There will be sensory play using ‘Ape’ricot Jam, Banana Bread and Banana Cup Cake Baking as well as the making of Monkey shaped biscuits.
On Red Nose Day itself everyone at the nursery will be enjoying dressing up as wild animals, Monkey and Apes.
Bethan Ferris, Nursery Manager, said: “The children all love Red Nose Day and having fun so the theme of Aping Around is absolutely perfect! We are really looking forward to having a fantastic day and being able to raise lots of money in the process for this worthwhile charity.”