Children aged under 4 years.
Messy Play is an important part of early education. It offers many opportunities for learning.
Children will be given the tools to develop and practice fine motor skills and hand eye coordination. Activities such as stacking, pouring and spooning will develop hand-eye coordination. Practice cutting, writing in shaving cream and using tongs will develop fine motor skills. Hands-on activities will provide opportunities for children to compare textures such as smooth, rough, hard and soft. While respecting each other's personal space, children will gain an understanding of their own body space.Back