Mess It Up offers fantastic sensory and messy play classes for babies, toddlers and preschoolers.
When you and your baby or toddler need to get out of the house, Mess It Up sensory and messy play sessions are the place to go. Classes are available for children from 6 weeks old, are fantastic for cognitive development and you can avoid making a mess at home!
Mess it Up has weekly classes for ages 6 weeks to 5 years in Currans Hill and Bligh Park. Children will experience a range of materials designed to stimulate the senses - smell, sight, touch, hearing and as is the case with babies, taste!
Classes feature a range of different set ups that may include water, spaghetti, balloons, ice, bubbles, non-toxic and taste safe paint and mud, just to name a few.
The Baby Play and Toddler Tornado sessions are a structured session and include music, mat time and messy play. Our Messy kids and Mixed Bag sessions are unstructured and open ended play is encouraged.
If you have young children in the family, bring them along to Baby Play for ages 6 weeks to 8 months or Toddler Tornadoes, for ages 9 to 19 months. Baby Play sessions are run in 10-week blocks, with the next block starting Monday, 29th April. Tickets go on sale Monday, 8th April.
Not only are these classes ideal for getting you and baby out of the house and socialising with others, but messy play and sensory play encourages physical and cognitive development and for strengthening muscle control.
Got a birthday or special occasion coming up? Mess It Up can take the stress out of organising your next party. They host messy parties, slime parties, cookie decorating sessions, incursions and private baby play classes all over Sydney. You can read more here.
They are also running some holiday events at Flower Power Prospect and Mount Annan, so be sure to check out the website for all the information and current availability, or follow the Facebook page.
It’s never too early or too late to start messy play. Join Mess It Up for some messy and sensory fun that you and your child will love!
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