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Children at Cedar Park Day Nursery in Bridge Farm Road, Twyford have been getting messy in celebration of International Mud Day.
Mud pies are almost obligatory on Mud Day and the children were busy mixing and pretending to cook. They also enjoyed splashing and stamping in muddy puddles dressed in their all-in-ones and wellies.
The children also got creative making mud structures and homes and shelters for animals to live in.
Nursery Manager Emma Kemp said:
“Outdoor play is a core component of learning at Cedar Park Day Nursery. We promote, all-weather, year-round garden play and Mud Day seemed like the perfect excuse to get busy outdoors. The children really enjoyed the freedom to get messy in the mud whilst learning about nature and animal habitats.”
International Mud Day is celebrated globally with the intention of creating a shared love of nature and connecting children around the world through the earth, by playing in the mud.