It can be created in a backyard or even a balcony or deck space.
It can be created in a defined area away from more active play areas. This more intimate space can allow for access to natural elements and a wash station area for quick clean-up.
In parks or other public green areas where communities can come together.
Building creative skills
- The tactile space of a mud kitchen gives children the opportunity to play freely while stimulating all of their senses.
- Mixing, making and building with raw materials (dirt, water, plants, etc.) allows children to observe how different elements behave and how they can be transformed, stimulating creative thinking and innovation.
Finding fun (and getting muddy) in nature
Looking for new play ideas for your little one? Building an outdoor kitchen is an ideal way to nurture independence and encourage imaginative play.