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Mud pie making and exploring nature: The north-east outdoor nursery that's trying something a little different

29 days ago   |   By Press and Journal

At many nurseries, the north-east climate means much of the activities on offer take place within the confines of a classroom.
But with mud pie making and water play on the curriculum, one nursery is trying something a little different.
The Mud Kitchen at Aucheoch Cottage in Bruckaly is said to be the first childcare facility of its kind in Aberdeenshire.
It allows children to get their hands dirty through outdoor learning, with an indoor classroom space only for use in bad weather.
Founders Wendy Shaw and Clare Morrice began working together at a nursery in Aberdeen and soon decided they...
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