See how nurseries and childminders across the country have been coping with the recent snowfall.
Children at Busy Bees in Oldbrook, Milton Keynes enjoyed making patterns in the snow.
Corby childminder Linda Jennings brought the snow inside for children in her care to explore. She said, 'We couldn't go out in the snow as the baby was sleeping, so we bought the snow indoors. The little ones are loving playing with Peppa Pig and her family in the snow and it has the added bonus of no cold toes.'
Children at Busy Bees at St David's Park in Flintshire in North-East Wales (top), Kiddi Caru's Caldecotte Nursery in Milton Keynes and London Early Years Foundation's Warwick Nursery (bottom) made snowmen.
This picture of a very stylish snowman was posted on Nursery World's Twitter page by @Amandajack2008.
Sunhill Nursery in Royston, Hertfordshire made a male and female snowman, named Mr Darcy and Rapunzel, to recreate the John Lewis Christmas advert.
At Snapdragons Grosvenor Nursery in Bath (below) children made snow angels.
Children at Busy Bees Montessori Nursery in Rushden, Northamptonshire, created footprints in the snow.
At Red Hen Day Nursery in Louth, Lincolnshire the children went sledging.
Children at Five Little Monkeys Childcare in Bridgend, Wales (top) and Kirby Muxloe Day Nursery in Leicester (bottom) had a snowball fight.
Busy Bees Nursery in Greenwich built an igloo.
Children cared for by County Durham childminder Janette Davison pushed their Little Tike car out of the snow.
The heavy snowfall didn't stop children at Greetland Private Day Nursery in Halifax (top) and Little Acorns in Urmston, Greater Manchester (bottom) from playing outside.
However, it was a different story for Lincolnshire Montessori who had to close for the day. Fortunately a parent came to the nursery's rescue-clearing their car park of snow ready for children to attend tomorrow (Tuesday) when the nursery re-opens. Development manager Nathan Archer said, 'Being on top of the Lincolnshire Wolds, we saw quite a fall of snow - about 20cm in places.'
Nurseries and childminders also commented on Nursery World's Facebook page to tell us how the snow affected them and the children in their care.
Jane Page, a childminder from Northampton, said, ' Schools and pre-schools have closed because of the snow but as a childminder I am open and looking after children who should be at school or pre-school. We have six inches of snow. Children arrived with coats and gloves so we will be going out to play.'
Little Bears Pre-School in Bury St Edmunds said, 'We're shut today as the primary school we rent a room in is closed. But we enjoyed the snow, built snowmen and had snowball fights last week.'
Bradford childminder Jen Foster said, ' Not had to close but so far no one has turned up for care.'