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Our junk nurserys musts..

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by prettylitttlemonkey, Jan 27, 2011.

  1. Hello.
    Im in the process of making a news letter and i have asked the parents to donate old blankets, pots/pans and junk modelling materials. Can you think of any other good items i could ask for that parenst.carers are likley to have in their home?
    Thanks :)
     
  2. Hello.
    Im in the process of making a news letter and i have asked the parents to donate old blankets, pots/pans and junk modelling materials. Can you think of any other good items i could ask for that parenst.carers are likley to have in their home?
    Thanks :)
     
  3. butties

    butties New commenter

    How about out of date dried foods such as pasta, rice, pulses etc. We have asked for odds and ends of ribbons, buttons,beads/ old necklaces, greetings cards in fact anything that can be used on a collage table.Plastic milk bottle tops, any lids from squash bottles, card tubes from kitchen rolls can be so many things. How about whisks, wooden spoons and other safe tools, I think the list could be as long as a piece of string!

     
  4. Brilliant thanks :) sent the letter out so lets see what we get back
     

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