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I`m looking for some ideas for the children i mind. it is their last day with me on thursday as i start a new job on monday termtime only . they will be coming back to me during holidays so i want to make a scrap book maybe? with some of the things that what we have done and will do again.

you guys have some lovely ideas,so have you got any on how i can make this book fun to make but also to keep!

i`m feeling quite guilty as i know this will be an upsetting time for them. i just want them to know that i`ve not disappeared.

thanks maddy.

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When children leave our nursery we have an A4 piece of paper with a teddy bear holding some balloons for each child. We write inside the balloons what they like doing at nursery, they dictate what they want us to put. This then becomes a part of their early years profile and goes through the school with them. You could adapt this idea and fill the balloons with any photos you have of the children.

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they are brother and sister aged 1.5 and 3.5. i`ve had them both in my care from 9 months. i wanted somthing for them to take home with them.

i like the teddy bear idea as their parents display all their art work.

thanks maddy.

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I like that idea too... we build a scrap book with the children whilst they are here, and add one picture a month, when they leave or it is full, they take it home... as well as their artwork I include photo highlights of some of the really great things.

 

In this case, a montage of photos of what they have done with you is a lovely idea, and then if they are coming back at half term, how about sending them a postcard halfway through the term - telling them what you are looking forward to doing together... or with a picture for them to colour.

 

A 3.5 year old would love to get post!

 

Helen

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