With multiple, bespoke mud kitchens incorporated into this design, the primary school children now have the opportunity to spend play time using their imagination as they learn through messy play.
Mixing potions and creating mud pies has got to be at the top of a child’s to do list when a mud kitchen is in sight, right?
Not only will the children enhance their fine motor skills through mixing and mashing, but their social skills will begin to develop as they gather around the unit with classmates.
Using inspiration to the fullest, there are numerous ways to accomplish creativity through messy play. As well as fun, mud kitchens are a great educational resource that can be incorporated into outdoor learning sessions.
Not forgetting to mention the fun that can be had with water play! Included in this section is Newby Leisure’s H shaped water wall; both exciting and challenging.
Fantastic for early years development, children will move the pipes and reposition them to increase hand-eye coordination skills.
The teachers of Bourne Abbey can now make mathematics, science and literacy lessons more fun as they add messy, water play to their curriculum!