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Messy Play Group

January 9 @ 1:00 pm - January 18 @ 2:30 pm

Children learn best when they are playing and having fun. Messy play offers children the opportunity to explore using all of their senses, and learn in an engaging environment.

The Messy Play Group offers you and your child an opportunity to play and learn with a therapist to facilitate exploring a range of fun sensory rich mediums such as bubbles, paint, jelly, sand, rice, water, playdough and more. This is an excellent opportunity for your child to have fun, get messy, and leave the cleaning to us!

Goals for the group will include:

• Turn taking and communicating with others
• Understanding of instructions and routines
• Provide you with strategies to help your child to participate in sensory rich activities
• Encourage free exploration of a range of sensory experiences, and develop creativity
• Develop explorative and imaginative play skills
• Play and interaction in a group environment
• Development of coordination, fine motor and gross motor skills

When:

9th, 11th, 16th and 18th January 2024

Time:

1pm-2.30pm

Where:

Kids Are Kids! Bateman Centre
26 Parry Avenue
Bateman 6150

NDIS participants can use funding to pay for this group.

Contact our team on (08) 9313 6566 or email info@kidsarekids.org.au to register.

Details

Start:
January 9 @ 1:00 pm
End:
January 18 @ 2:30 pm

Organiser

Kids Are Kids!
Phone
08 9313 6566
Email
info@kidsarekids.org.au

Venue

Kids Are Kids! Bateman
26 Parry Ave
Bateman, WA 6150 Australia
Phone
08 9313 6566

Thanks to our partners

As a charitable organisation, Kids Are Kids! is dedicated to providing services that are accessible and affordable to all WA children.

Learn how our partners help and how you can get involved.

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