A mud kitchen doesn’t always need mud. Discover what happens when you bring a mud kitchen in for the winter…
Just because the summers ends, doesn’t mean the creative fun needs to stop. Give it a good hose down, and bring the mud kitchen indoors where it makes the perfect workbench for:
- Play dough
- Play sand
- Play kitchen equipment
- Duplo / lego
- Dried rice, pasta or lentils
- Water play
Sunday roast or Tuesday tea?
You know how it is. You’re rustling up dinner and the kids always want to help – but there’s not always a great deal for them to do in the kitchen when they’re really young and you’ve got sharp knives on the counter and hot pans on the hob.
So we brought the mud kitchen indoors. Now, when dinner’s being prepped they can ‘help’ too, mixing up a storm with a few pasta shapes, peelings and their own pots and pans. It’s a great way to get them interested in the food they eat too.