Mud kitchen early years

Other Mud Kitchen Essentials

An outdoor kitchen unit Old clothes and or overalls Some type of containers e.g. pots and pans Sticks for mixing or a few kitchen utensils – spoons, spades etc Water

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Training Event Details

Early Years: Let’s make a Mud Kitchen!

Supporting young children’s imaginary play in the outdoor environmentChildren have been drawn to playing with natural materials for many generations. Recognising this motivation enable practitioners to provide meaningful opportunities which support children’s learning across the six areas of learning.

Mud Kitchen Activities

The kitchen is open for orders, let the fun begin! Mud kitchens are brilliant for cooking up all sorts of varied dishes. Dried pasta, wildflowers, seashells, seeds and pebbles are all vital ingredients so keep a good stock on hand.

Oh, and of course water.

Outdoor environment

Outdoor play is an extension of the indoor classroom and is very important to us as it can offer unique opportunities that are not available inside.