MUD MUD GLORIOUS MUD!
Our new mud kitchen was kindly made by one of the grandparents as a leaving gift from his granddaughter. This has provided the children with an area where they can make a mess - what could be better?
The children have explored in the mud, kitted out with wellies and waterproofs. They can use their imaginations, physical, language and communication skills to create many mud concoctions including mud pies, mud soup, mud potions and mud paintings...what will be created next??
In the lead up to NHS Change Day happening on March 11th, the child health charity Best Beginnings are inviting parents and professionals who work in the early years to download and use their free Baby Buddy app which is endorsed by many organisations including the Department of Health.
To find out more about Best Beginnings' NHS Change Day action including how to download the app, how to order free Baby Buddy leaflets and posters and how to get your local services featured free within the app go to: http://www.bestbeginnings.org.uk/News/nhschangeday2015
Best Beginnings has created Baby Buddy to empower mothers to improve their health choices and well-being and help them maximise their baby's potential. As well as increasing knowledge and confidence and enhancing bonding and attachment, Baby Buddy reinforces the importance of accessing local services.
Children from St Peter's will soon be completing an exciting art project at Stafford train station.... Watch this space!!