Creativity in the KITCHEN
Maximize creativity while having fun
Children who have difficulty concentrating even for just 5 minutes can often play for several hours if they have sand and water. This natural toy with no fixed shape, brings both fun and creativity to children at the same time. The soft touch of sand and water is great for giving children the ultimate sensory experience.
Researchers found that school-age children who are asked to focus for longer periods of time need outdoor play to support classroom learning. When children spend time in nature, they are happier, calmer, and more focused.
We recently made a sandpit, which had been on our wish list for many months. The perfect learning station to go with the sandpit is a mud kitchen. Our creative staff came up with the design to allow children to play and experiment with sand, mud, and water. Our many play areas thoughtfully designed in ways that our kids can learn not only English but also the creativity and cooperation skills which are most important to the future in which they will live.
It has been a long journey to complete the mud kitchen but I am so glad that we made it. Our kids just Love it!
It was fun to make a mud kitchen imagine that our little monkeys would love this!
I’m amazed at how focused the kids are when they come up with all sorts of creative ideas.
Habin said that she really liked playing in the mud kitchen. Even at home, she brings all kinds of fans and continues playing in the kitchen.