A parent's guide to messy play
Wednesday, March 17, 2004
One of the most remarkable things about children is their ability to make an inordinate amount of mess from quite an early age. While as a parent, you may be trying to find ways to cut down on sticky hands, it may seem ironic that your child's nursery, childminder or playgroup is likely to be planning for 'messy play'. So what is 'messy play' and how can it help your child to learn?
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