Here at Newby Leisure, we understand the importance of Messy Play amongst early years - it's great for all-round development! Messy play encourages children to learn about raw materials and the outdoor environment in an unrestricted and creative way.
When co-designing this natural play scheme, messy play and nature play was taken into consideration. To produce the perfect natural, messy play station, incorporated into the scheme is a timber potting bench, mud kitchen and numerous planters.
Adding plantation to any school or nursery learning surrounding is always a good way to build a sense of community and encourage little ones to appreciate nature. Planters are also a good way for the pupils of Green Way to build their social interaction skills as they boost engagement and team building with friends.
Newby Leisure’s wooden, outdoor mud kitchen is an incredible, timber play resource for EYFS development. They are suitable for all weather conditions and brilliant for supporting messy play activities. Teachers can utilise the mud kitchen in lesson times as children love to mix and make potions and mud pies!
Designed with education in mind, this resource will benefit a variety of learning ambitions. As does the potting bench which also features in this barked section of the playing field. The removable bowls are easy wipe, meaning they can be used over and over again whilst undertaking messy, water play activities.