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Children love to have fun, but play is also a vital way of learning. Simple recipes for making a mess.

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Messy play is encouraged in the school classroom – young pupils can use their imagination, and making things out of sand, paint and glue stimulates creativity and provides inspiration.

Hope Education’s guide details everything teachers need to enable children to enjoy messy play sessions – read on for some simple yet brilliant recipes:

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Messy play recipes for children (2)

Messy play recipes for children (2)Children love to have fun, but play is also a vital way of learning. Simple recipes for making a mess.

Messy play recipes for children

Messy play recipes for childrenChildren love to have fun, but play is also a vital way of learning. Simple recipes for making a mess.

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