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Learning is Messy!

Some teachers’ worst nightmares consist of paint-covered children running around and causing havoc, which is why messy play is something teachers often shy away from incorporating into the classroom.

However, getting messy is an essential part of children’s early childhood development. In fact, if you reflect on your own childhood, playing in the mud or jumping in rain puddles is probably one of your favorite memories.

Some of the few reasons why our pre primary school in Hadapsar embrace this messy play in the classroom:

  • Messy play provides hands-on learning experiences.
  • Messy play supports kinesthetic/tactile learning.
  • Messy play enhances children’s sensory development.
  • Messy play gives children the freedom to be creative.

Vistara Juniors Play school in Hadapsar’s kids have the freedom to express their thoughts, build creations they’ve been wanting to build, try new things, and experiment with different materials and textures. All of these are things that children may not have otherwise been able to do if they weren’t presented with messy play opportunities.

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October 22, 2019

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