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Muddy Kitchen: Marvellous Mud Soup Range

Muddy Kitchens: Marvellous Mud Silly Soup Range

⇒Use the Muddy Kitchens: Marvellous Mud Soup from the Silly Soup range to help implement a literacy and numeracy link to your continuous provision areas. 

⇒Single Poster

We will experience:

  • How to read and follow instructions
  • How to use our maths and reading skills to follow instructions carefully. 

The activities involved are: 

  • Sensory activities
  • Fine-motor and gross motor skills
  • Speaking and Listening activity
  • Physical Activity
  • Connecting with nature 

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Here are some top ways to keep your mud kitchen fresh!

  • Add herbs for an extra sensory benefit
  • Try adding loose parts in such as bits of wood, bamboo, upcycled objects
  • Try adding different surfaces instead of water, try soil, pebbles and bark.

Use this blog from Good Food Magazine to get new and fresh idea.

Do you not have a mud kitchen? Try upcycling items such as tyres and put buckets in them, or if you have a budget try the Mud Pie Range at cosy. 

Five Reasons Going Outdoors Helps with Children’s Mental Health 

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Links to: 

  • PSHE – working collaboratively  

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Why do I need to teach outside more? 

Sadly, children play much less than they used to; according to Save the Children, only one in four children play out regularly on their street. It is believed that the pandemic has also made this worse as children choose to play more alone.  It is also thought that children who play less are more likely to have mental health issues.  Check out our maths blog for more idea. 

How can I gain more confidence in this area? 

We are teachers who support educators to teach their curriculum outside. 

Outdoor learning is an effective teaching tool that can help children of all learner types access their curriculum in a fun and practical way. 

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Forest School ToolSafety Poster

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