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Messy Play

Messy play can come in lots if forms, and today, we chose to recycle our paper by shredding it up and making it rain. Our tamariki had so much fun throwing the paper around and using their imagination to make believe a range of different things. Activities like this engage children's sensory motor skills, and cognitive thinking skills. This type of messy play keeps clothes clean and is easy to tidy up too.

*What does messy play teach? It focuses on play-based learning and allows children to learn at their own speed. Messy Play helps build fine motor control, problem-solving skills, foundational math and science concepts, language and vocabulary, social-emotional skills, and so much more!

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