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The children and staff at Kiddi Caru’s Peterborough marked the 150th anniversary of Beatrix Potter in August with a host of activities dedicated to some of the author’s most beloved creations.
As well as reading and dressing up to role-play stories featuring Peter Rabbit, Jemima Puddle-Duck, Mrs Tiggy-Winkle and Squirrel Nutkin among others, the children also made rabbit ears and bunny and duck masks and had a picnic with their favourite cuddly toy animals from home. They played hook a duck and used their sensory tray to make their own cabbage patch.
Emma Austin, Nursery Manager, said: “Beatrix Potter’s stories are so engaging and imaginative; it’s no wonder children love them just as much today as ever. We had a lovely week and the children discovered some new favourite stories and characters along the way.”