Managing Mud Play | Resource Page
Thanks for taking part in this training.
We know that making changes to your early learning environment can be challenging and want to do everything we can to support your effort. Below are links to related resources you may find helpful.
You may also like this Play Environment Action Plan form we put together–it’s designed to help you meet goals you set for changing your play space.
If you have questions, comments, or need support, you can reach out below in the comments or contact Jeff privately.
Here are links with resources related to this training:
- Tip-Toeing Into Mud Play
- DIY Mud Blocks
- Handout | Dress For Early Learning Success
- Sensory Play
- Handout | We Experience The World Through These Eight Sensory Systems
- What is Sensory Play?
- 4 Benefits of Sensory Play
- Balanced and Barefoot
- Sensory Integration
- How Do You Deal With Messy Play?
- Growing number of nurseries ditching plastic toys for sticks and mud
- Tall Trees, Mud Pies, Toy Cars and Tin Soldiers…
- The Magic of Dirt: 10 Benefits of Mud Play
- Dirt is NOT Dirty – How Playing in the Dirt Benefits the Immune System
- Taming The Mess
Here are some general resources related to play:
- Handout | Gray’s Conditions Of Play
- Is It Real Play, Play-Like, Or Not Play?
- Handout | Bruce’s 12 Features Of Play
- Handout | Smilansky’s Types Of Play
- Handout | Parten’s Stages Of Play
Here are some links to resources at Playvolution HQ:
You’ll find more live and on-demand trainings at the links below: