"For many environmentalists, the “look but don’t touch” philosophy has become a rule for its own sake. It doesn’t matter if a habitat is full of rare species or a weed-infested hillside, kids should not bother nature. Ever. And this indeed does more harm than good." ... See MoreSee Less
Some wonderful mud kitchen inspiration, just in time for spring!🌿☀️ ... See MoreSee Less
MUD KITCHEN RE-VAMP? 💦🍂🐾🍃
The evenings are getting longer and it won’t be long until we are moving into spring. Have you been thinking about your outdoor area and how you can enhance it? Mud kitchens provide great outdoor learning spaces for young children to explore and become immersed in their imaginative play.
Here are some wonderful ideas I have had saved for mud kitchen inspiration. Whether you are looking to create one, extend your existing one or just add some exciting new resources and aspects....
And as always, please feel free to share pics of your mud kitchens with us in the comments. It’s great to inspire each other and build a community for sharing ❤️
#mudkitchens #outdoorplay #childledlearning #earlyyears #enablingenvirinments
"When children spend more time in structured activities, they get worse at working toward goals, making decisions, and regulating their behavior, according to a study. Instead, kids might learn more when they have the responsibility to decide for themselves what they're going to do with their time." ... See MoreSee Less