Mud pies, mud face painting, muddy hands, mud art are just some of the muddy activities that happened at Oakwood House on June 29th to celebrate International Mud Day. Mud Day was launched by 'The Nature Action Collaborative for Children' in Nepal last year as a way to connect children with nature.
The charity are extremely passionate (like we are) about 're-connecting children with the natural world by making developmentally appropriate nature education a sustaining and enriching part of the daily lives of the world’s children'.
Here is a link for further information http://ccie-media.s3.amazonaws.com/wfwp/mudday2011/downloads/Wonder_Mar10-Mud-Article.pdf
I hope you enjoy our muddy photos!