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Mud Kitchens and Beyond

Mud, mud, glorious mud! There is nothing quite like it for learning opportunities and a mud kitchen can be a key element of outdoor continuous provision. After all, mud is good for children! It connects them with nature and provides open-ended sensory experiences. This book is designed to give early years educators some starting points for developing children’s interest in a mud kitchen throughout the year. The 50 innovative and exciting ideas in this book can be used by beginners to create a mud kitchen and those who already have a mud kitchen in place.

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