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The First Ever Dahlicious Dress Up Day for Schools

Friday 19th August 2011

Get set for the first ever Dahlicious Dress Up Day on Friday 30th September. The Roald Dahls Marvellous Childrens Charity has organised a whole host of fabulous activities and fun inventiveness to help raise vital funds to support the charity in helping seriously ill children.

Children will be donating £1 each to dress up as Big Friendly Giants, Oompa-Loompas and all kinds of phizz-whizzing characters to raise money for seriously ill children. They may look a bit of a twit, but after a giant peach of a day, they will be champions of the world!

The Dahlicious downloads below can help you to have a splendiferous day full of magic, mischief and creativity. They include:

€¢    All you need to get your natterboxes talking .
€¢    Nice and big for gogglers to see.
€¢    Everything you need to know about The Dahlicious Dress Up Day.
€¢    A useful Press Release template to tell the world about your marvellous plans for the day.
€¢    Spliffing dress-up tips and how to make your outfits
€¢    Tip-top tips for dressing up as your favourite Roald Dahl character.
€¢    Find out how to look exunckly like him. Delumptious things to do on the day
€¢    See what inspiration your chiddlers can cook up.
€¢    Roald Dahl created some cracking characters, now your children can too!

The Dahlicious Dress Up Day is part of the celebrations for Roald Dahl Day - click here to find out more about other ways to celebrate.

If youve received your event pack and want to tell us youre taking part email us on schools@roalddahlcharity.org or call a friendly human bean on 01494 890 465.

The Dahlicious Dress Up Day is organised by the Roald Dahls Marvellous Childrens Charity who are dedicated to making life better for seriously ill children with lifelong neurological and blood disorders.  Support from fundraising events like The Dahlicious Dress Up Day helps them to fund specialist nurses, equipment and support for children to help make their lives that little bit better.

For more information and to download the free teaching resources for schools provided by the charity for this fantastic event visit their website.

 

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