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Creating A Small Garden Play Box

This can be a good way for older children to learn about plants in the garden while using it for imaginative play with small plastic bugs. This activity can be completed indoors or outside and can easily be transferred from one to another.

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Make Your Own Under Water Scene

This activity is simple to do and can help make water play that bit more interesting and educational for all children.

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Messy Hand And Feet Painting

This is a very simple but messy activity for children of all ages, which can be completed individually or as part of a small group.

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Green Sand Play

This activity will need some preparation beforehand but it is simple and that children of all ages can enjoy. The green sand is fun alternative to the usual sand play.

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Snow Play

If you are lucky enough to have some snow this simple messy play activity is very enjoyable for children of all ages.

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Making Creepy Crawly Jelly

This variation of jelly play is more suited to children over the age of two because the bugs may be too small for younger children, however it can be easily adapted to suit children of all ages.

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Mousse Play

A simple to set up messy activity, enjoyable for children of all ages. It also provides a sensory aspect to their play.

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Cooked Pasta Play

A easy to set up messy activity suitable for and enjoyed by children of all ages.

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Dry Pasta Play

A easy to set up, clean messy activity suitable for and enjoyed by children of all ages.

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Rice Pudding Play

An enjoyable Messy play activity for children of all ages.

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