CoursesOnline WorkshopsCurriculumMud Kitchen Madness Workshop Recording Mud Kitchen Madness Workshop 2 Lecture1.1 Your Recording: Mud Kitchen Madness Workshop Lecture1.2 Your Certificate This content is protected, please login and enroll course to view this content! Prev Your Recording: Mud Kitchen Madness Workshop 4 Comments Susan Remeika July 21, 2020 Log in to Reply I liked that some of the mud kitchens were simply made with natural materials. I liked the idea of using natural loose parts to enhance the children’s play. I liked the idea of planting mint for use in the kitchens. Victoria Hackett July 21, 2020 Log in to Reply Awesome! Mint was a popular idea! Freida Karam July 18, 2020 Log in to Reply Hi Victoria Thank you. I found the workshop interesting and useful. Some things I will take with me: *Plant mint and other plants that the children can cut to use when making mud cakes etc. *Our centre has just purchased a beautiful mud kitchen and picnic table/bench, I like the idea of adding stumps and knobs, this will add character to the mud kitchen area *Asking families to donate pots and pans – great idea, cost effective and re using, looking after the environment. Children may have the opportunity to explore various cultures within our community as families may use different cooking equipment. *Children to be prepared and have appropriate clothing and footwear to play in mud. Spare clothes to change in. *Blackboards and signs I would love some information to share with families about the Value of children playing with mud. As I feel the families will need to be educated. Thank you again Freida Childcare Worker from Sydney Australia firstname.lastname@example.org Victoria Hackett July 18, 2020 Log in to Reply Wonderful!!! Leave A Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.