World Forum International Mud Day


International Mud Day is children and early childhood professionals – and anyone else – all over the world celebrating nature, outdoors, and mess by getting really muddy. You can participate wherever you happen to be on June 29! Join children and adults across the globe on this day of celebration to grow awareness and honor the goodness of life experienced when children connect with nature.

We want to celebrate with you – tell us how you plan to participate in Mud Day fun. With who, where and how are you planning to celebrate Mud Day?

International Mud Day • June 29

Bishnu Bhatta, Nepal

Bishnu Bhatta, Nepal, co-founder of International Mud Day

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