EYFS Play Space

Sand, Water and Mud were the key elements of play for this design. We built a Messy Kitchen in which the children could be creative with their mud pies. A large sand pit with timber edge sits under sail shades and a tunnel leads down from the grassy area into the sand. A boulder stream can fill with water and provides water for mud and sand castles, whilst a tree deck is the perfect place to sit.
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A shady corner with tree deck and sail shade covering sand pit.

An astroturf clad tunnel projects into a sandpit to connect different spaces within this play area.

Enter the muddy Messy Kitchen

Enter the muddy Messy Kitchen

Messy Kitchen. Water, sand, soil, leaves, sticks and flowers are the cooking elements of nature and easily found to hand. Add some spare kitchen utensils and you have a child sized space where children can discover and investigate the world around them through play. www.greenplayproject.co.uk

Think inside the box in our Messy Kitchen. If a Mud Kitchen isn’t messy enough for you, in our Messy … Read more Messy Kitchen

Up the path to the Kitchen...

Up the path to the Kitchen.

Inside the Messy Kitchen.

Mixing nature with art and science in a messy play form is creative, inspiring, educational and fun.

Spy on the world in different colours through the peep holes.

Spy on the world in different colours through the peep holes.

Enter the Messy Kitchen, a child-sized space full of play potential.

Enter the Messy Kitchen, a child-sized space full of play potential.

Even the smallest space can become a play space!

Even the smallest space can become a play space!

Step inside the Messy Kitchen!

Enter the Messy Kitchen, a child-sized space full of play potential.

Messy Kitchen A child sized space for creative, messy play.

Messy Kitchen A child sized space for creative, messy play.

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