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Making play inclusive: messy play

Messy play

Messy play is a brilliant way to encourage children to get creative and play with different materials, such as tissue paper and foam. Painting is a great example of messy play, but some children don’t like to get messy or aren’t able to use a paintbrush. This video shows how, by simply putting paint on paper and covering it with cling film, children can use their hands to play and create a painting.


Video made by: Sense - connecting sight, sound and life

Sense Specialist Services for Children & Young People