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Messy Me offers unstructured messy play classes for under 5s in Hoppers Crossing, Brunswick and Hadfield.


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For an hour you and your child can enjoy a relaxed creative and sensory play experience especially designed for kids aged 18 months to 5 years.

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Every session has different theme and the eight activities change, but every week you’ll find some form of water play, sensory play with seeds, play dough and craft.

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On our visit the theme is ‘Treasure’ so Baby 2.0 enjoys finding gold coins from the underwater treasure, making treasure at the craft table and burying treasure in play dough.

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Other activities include roller painting, seed bags, slime and physical play with some crawling tunnels.

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Kids are free to explore as they wish and adults are expected to participate and be led by what the child is interested in. Serren manages the space by supplying more materials, cleaning up and chatting to parents.

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Most Messy Me participants are regulars so if you intend to drop in it’s important to book ahead to avoid disappointment. They also hold parties at Messy Me HQ in Hadfield.

For more places to try kids craft and messy play try The Messy Shed, Craftercise, Mess Matters, Craft and Caffeine and Crafternoon.


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  • Each session runs for 60 minutes;
  • Suitable for 18 months – 5 years;
  • Session are at different times and different locations;
  • Sessions are $16 per child and $6 per sibling;
  • Bookings are recommended though it is possible to drop-in subject to availability;
  • Wear old clothes and shoes or bring a smock;
  • Party bookings available.

Messy Me, 5th Brunswick Scout Hall, 213A Weston St, East Brunswick

Also at Hoppers Indoor Sportz, 13/55 Graham Ct, Messy Me HQ 80 East St Hadfield

  • $16 for the first child from a family
  • $6 for each additional sibling over 1
  • Under 1’s free. Adults free

 

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