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International Mud Day

Celebrating glorious mud on the 29th of June every year! Read on for history, links, free resources & more on International Mud Day.

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World Forum Foundation: creators of Mud Day

In 2009, at the World Forum for Early Childhood Care and Education in Belfast, the idea of International Mud Day had its beginnings…

Read the history of International Mud Day here - from the instigators of the whole thing

Some World Forum Foundation mud resources include:

  • The Wonder of Mud - reflections from Nepal and Australia, 2010 (pdf)
  • The Mud Book - lovely, inspiring book with tons of photos (pdf)
  • Who Likes Mud? - illustrated storybook relaying how different animals & people love mud for all sorts of reasons (pdf)
  • It’s OK to get dirty - inspiring little video featuring children relishing getting muddy. (You can watch it below)

Mud Day links

International Mud Day Facebook page

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Mud Day Song!

Created by Boldpark Community School in Australia - who also have this History of International Mud Day page.

Gillian McAuliffe

One of the creators of International Mud Day, and founder of Bold Park Community School, talks about the history of the day - there are also some great videos to watch here.

Free Mud Day event resources from Muddy Faces

Mud Day letters & posters

We’ve developed these simple resources to save you time when organising a Mud Kitchen or International Mud Day event. You may freely use and adapt them to suit your setting but please do credit us: www.muddyfaces.co.uk - thank you.

Letter to Parents

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Mud Day Invitation Poster

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Mud Day Poster 1

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Mud Day Poster 2

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Mud Day Official Logo

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Mud Gallery

To celebrate International Mud Day in 2019 we created a brilliant gallery of muddy photos - to show the world how amazing and brilliant mud can be, and the range of ways it can be used and enjoyed.

It wasn’t about the quality of the photos – no need to be a professional photographer - we wanted to capture the essence of Mud Day - the joy of mud, the muddiest play, the dirtiest faces, the messiest mess - anything muddy goes!

We ran a competition, asking people from across the UK and beyond to share their muddy photos with us - and the result is our glorious Mud Gallery!

The competition is now closed, but we will be delighted to add more photos if you have a gem you would love to share - just email them to share@muddyfaces.co.uk and mark them Mud Day Photo Gallery.

We particularly welcome photos from under-represented groups, including children/people with disabilities or from diverse backgrounds.

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