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Hi everyone

I want to make a birthday train for nursery with each carriage a month of the year. just wondered if anyone has a template i can copy. feeling really lazy with lots of christmas things to get done as well

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I dont know whether this will help but when we did ours we got 12 sheets of different coloured paper (size depending on number of people in each carriage i have done A4 and A3) we then did printing activities on each piece, we used potatoes and sponges. For the wheels of the train i cut out circles of different colours of paper and the children decorated these. I made labels on the computer. For the childrens pictures they painted a picture of themselves and we talked about when their birthday was and put them in the correct carriage. I have also seen photographs of the children used instead of drawings or paintings.

Hope this helps

Debs

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hi there

for my birthday train all i did was use different coloured card for the carriages laminated them (in the sape obviously) then i just put a photo of each child with their name and birthday date on a separate label.. works wel.. then when its the childs birthday i put their pic at the front of the train so they are the driver! :D

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hi there

for my birthday train all i did was use different coloured card for the carriages laminated them (in the sape obviously) then i just put a photo of each child with their name and birthday date on a separate label.. works wel.. then when its the childs birthday i put their pic at the front of the train so they are the driver! :D

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