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By Jenni Tavenerearly years teacher and writer

Original article published 9 February 2009

Bring lots of fun and laughter to your setting on Red Nose Day with these fantastic ideas for the children to raise funds for Comic Relief

Children wearing red noses

Perform Something Funny

Invite parents to buy tickets to see their children in ‘The funny fashion parade’. Provide the children with a dressing-up box full of mismatched clothing, red noses and fancy-dress props. Encourage the children to have fun by dressing up in a strange assortment of outfits for the fashion parade, for example, a police helmet could be worn with a frilly dress, a red nose and a fairy wand; a builder’s hard hat could be worn with a nurse’s apron, a red nose and a swash-buckling sword; or a princess’s dress could be worn with a pirate’s eye patch, a red nose and wellington boots.

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