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Chat: What are you doing for Children in Need?

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Joe looks ahead to the big night and what you guys are doing to raise money

It's Children in Need and we want to know what you're doing to help Pudsey with his fundraising.

Lots of celebs are getting involved - Matt Baker from The One Show is cycling a rickshaw from Edinburgh to London, and Alexandra Burke is trying her hand at clothes designing.

Are you doing something at school or with your family and neighbours? Perhaps you're having a non-uniform day at school or doing a cake sale?

Whatever you're doing, let us know! If you've got any great pics send them in to us at newsroundpix@bbc.co.uk and we might use them!

And who knows, Newsround may even come along and film it!

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Comments

"Everybody knows that I am a chatterbox, so for Children in Need I did a sponsored silence and raised £750!"

Zainab, 11, Lancashire, England

"For Children in Need I baked Pudsey-shaped biscuits with my granny and sold them to the teachers at my school during break time. I made lots of money for Children in Need."

Sophie, 9, Melrose, Scotland

"My friends and I have been selling stickers, balloons and colouring sheets. We have also been running a tombola and a sweepstake. We have raised over £90!"

Luke, 11, Dundee, Scotland

"At my school, students and teachers donated a pound or more to wear non-uniform. The school has also been selling Pudsey and Blush badges and keyrings all week. The Year 7's ran stalls and a few students did sponsored silences. We have raised three thousand pounds!"

Laura, 13, Wales

"I baked a difference - my mum and I made loads of buns and sold them door-to-door. We raised £67.50 for Children in Need. A big thank you to those who bought buns!"

Ellie, 9, Nottingham, England

"I'm going to school with brightly coloured hair and a wacky hat to raise money for Children in Need!"

Hugh, 12, Oxford, England

"We are coming to school in our pyjamas and bringing our favourite teddy bears. Some people in school are having a bake sale."

Aqeelah, 11, Yorkshire, England

"I baked 24 fairy cakes with Pudsey coloured spots and sold them to my family. I raised £7 for Children in Need!"

Lucy, 8, Merseyside, England

"Last weekend I did a cake sale and I managed to raise £112! Although I did taste some for myself … yum!"

Maryam, 10, London, England

"I'm going to school in DOTS and SPOTS! We're doing 'guess how many sweets are in the jar!'. My friends are going to do face painting for Children In Need and I'm going to be running a sweet store! We all need to donate!! Children need us! "

Lily, 10, Wolverhampton, England

"We are wearing our pyjamas to school! We think it will be a really fun day and can't wait! I hope we raise lots of money!"

Olivia, 7, Wales

"At my school I'm going to be dressing up as my teacher and my teacher is dressing as me! I'm hoping to raise £500 for Children in Need!"

Rahima, 10, London, England

"Myself and my friends Eva and Jodie are doing a sponsored silence for Children in Need which means we can't talk for the whole day! We've raised over £20 so far!"

Holly, 13, Shropshire, England

"My school is doing the zumba dance for Children in Need! It's going to be amazing!"

Sian, 11, Gloucestershire, England

"I am going to do 'guess the reindeer' s name' to get some money for Children in Need!"

Alistair, 11, Shropshire, England

"At my school we're having a non-uniform day. Some people are having a cake stall and sponsored silence too, and all the money will go to Children in Need!"

Jess, 11, Yorkshire, England

"At school tomorrow we're having a pyjama day, as well as a bring-and-buy sale. There are hundreds of toys to sell! A couple of friends and I have been pricing them at lunchtime. I can't wait!"

Lucy, 11, Lincolnshire, England

"On Friday some of my friends and I are doing laps around our school field and others are skipping. I'm really looking forward to doing laps around the field because we do it in our pyjamas! We even had to talk to the head teacher to get the forms! I hope we raise enough!"

Catherine, 9, Buckinghamshire, England

"For Children in Need I'm doing a sponsored silence!"

Olivia, 11, Sheffield, England

"My school had a massive Pudsey bake sale today and tomorrow we are all donating £2 for non-uniform/fancy dress! I'm going to watch Pudsey live tomorrow night!"

Georgia, 11, Yorkshire, England

"On Friday at our school the infants are going to bring their teddy bears dressed up in spots and the juniors are going to come to school wearing as many spots as they can!"

Adam, 10, London, England

"I'm going to do a bike ride from London to Liverpool and set up a bake sale on each rest stop!"

Noor, 12, Sunderland, England

"At my school we're doing a bake sale and we are also dressing up in our favourite colour to look like the spots on Pudsey's eye bandage."

Genie-Eve, 10, Norfolk, England

"We are having a bake sale at school on Friday with loads of fun and games and we'll also be out of uniform all day! Another thing we're doing is a school quiz about the history of Children in Need."

Emily, 10, Cambridgeshire, England

"On Friday our primary school have to wear spots and then on Thursday Pudsey is coming in and we'll be getting free cakes!"

Karen, 10, Essex, England

"A cake sale, a non-uniform day, guess the name of the teddy, guess the amount of sweets and a raffle!"

Stephanie, 13, Norfolk, England

"I ran a long distance, completed a sponsored silence and dog sat for 2 whole weeks."

Kessia, 11, Devon, England

"My brother is jumping out of a helicopter!"

Beth, 13, Stoke-on-trent, England

"I am going to have a sweetie jar and make everyone guess how many sweets are in it. The closest guess gets to take the sweeties home."

Lottie, 9, England

"I am going to help Children in Need by not talking for a day! I will use a white board so i can still communicate with other people."

Fatima, 10, London, England

"Myself and my family are going to host a party and we will invite all our friends and family on the big night!"

Preea, 13, Birmingham, England

"On Friday at school everybody is going to wear pyjamas and non-uniform! We have to pay a £1 to do it or pay 50p to wear non-uniform!"

Amy, 8, Bristol, England

"I'm doing an 11 mile night hike with my friends at Girl Guides. We'll start at 7pm and finish about 2am!"

Georgia, 12, Warwickshire, England

"We're having a cake sale on Friday! And I always like to sit down in the evening and watch it on TV!"

Imaan, 11, London, England

"Today we did a cake sale at school and we enjoyed it so much that we might bake some more biscuits and cakes to sell! I'm not sure how much we raised yet, but it went really well and we sold everything!"

Elena, 13, La Hulpe, Belguim