VIDEO: It’s dough much fun!

A group of youngsters at a Fylde coast nursery got their hands dirty this week – and learned a few lessons at the same time.

Workers from bakers Warburtons paid a visit to the BAE Nursery, in Lytham Road, Warton, to teach the youngsters all about bread.

Children from the BAE nursery, Warton, learning how to make bread. Pictured is Lola Michelbach.

Children from the BAE nursery, Warton, learning how to make bread. Pictured is Lola Michelbach.

Around 15 children, aged between two and four, tried different breads before getting their hands dirty and taking a turn at making some of their own. Sam Jones, deputy manager at the nursery, which caters for up to 30 children from three months to five years old, said: “The children really enjoyed it, it was an educational thing because they talked about how bread is made.

“They brought different breads in for them to try and they got to make their own.

“It is good for someone else to come in and talk to them. The older ones really enjoyed it and the younger ones enjoyed getting their hands dirty!”

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Children from the BAE nursery, Warton, learning how to make bread.

Children from the BAE nursery, Warton, learning how to make bread.