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so what have you got outside this week?

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by kathbransby, May 10, 2011.

  1. The mud kitchen...
    Inspired by this article, we had a mud pit built into our outdoor environment (basically, it's a hole in the ground. Ours is very posh and edged with sleepers). Add one plastic box full of kitchen equipment, wellies and waterproof dungarees, and a tap. Stand back and watch.
  2. Sunshine and happy kids!!

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