“Mess it Up!”

A very playful start for cheerful little Seattles. Their morning was filled with fun and excitement as they started it with songs and dances. They had a blast with their outdoor play in the garden, explored and learned about their surroundings as it benefited a lot in their early development.


In their learning activity, they had a messy play with gelatin. Animals were hidden in the gelatin and curiously find them by squeezing and squishing on it. Familiarity with animals was introduced. Messy play supports language development, cognitive growth, fine/gross motor skills, problem- solving, and social interaction. Children will experience lots of opportunities to develop their fine motor skills – squishing and squeezing can help develop pre-writing skills.

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