International Mud Day started in 2008 in Nepal and Australia. Today it is celebrated by thousands of children in dozens of countries worldwide as a chance to celebrate nature and the great outdoors by getting muddy. International Mud Day continues to draw together people and the outdoors
Bengaluru | Written by: BNN Team | Updated: 29-06-2018 | Views: 75
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Trio Tots today celebrated the International Mud Day at its campus in Sahakara Nagar with great fun and splendour. The students went dirty, messy and muddy as they involved themselves in various activities like making mud toys, mud painting, treasure hunt, mud splash and many more.
International Mud Day is a day for children and early childhood professionals all over the world to celebrate nature, the glorious earth beneath our feet, and the joy of making a mess by getting really muddy. It’s a day where children, adults, and organizations across the globe get muddy to raise awareness about the importance of nature for children.
Mr. Naveen K M, Managing Director, Trio Tots said, “It was a truly invigorating experience as the children experienced the most magical way of celebrating the student’s life with mother earth. The purpose behind this was to bring the students closer to nature and learn to enjoy the incredible things of nature, that we are blessed with.