This large turkey baster is a fantastic addition to your messy play area. Brush up your messy concoctions, or use to transport and drag mud across messy mud kitchen. Add your liquids and watch as the strokes stir through the mixtures. The turkey baster would also make a lovely addition to your role play kitchen.
Helps to develop fine motor skills children they pick up accessories in their kitchen and use the tools in play situations. Perfect for allowing children to experience sensory, emotional and imaginative play as well as developing maths, science and speaking skills as they describe what they’re doing. Playing with messy play utensils also allows young learners to experience sensory, emotional and imaginative play.
Playing with kitchen utensils in early years education settings is a relatively new idea, but children have been cooking up mud pies for decades, if not centuries. It is an excellent way to stimulate young children’s knowledge of food preparation while developing fine motor skills enabling them to label familiar objects and learn about the various uses that can be made of them.