The emergency exit to outdoor learning...
I love how this space is ever-evolving & intertwined with the lessons kids are studying. Thanks for sharing!
What Debi said :) It is not only a way of covering an ugly fence but a way of making their mark on the environment and sharing their projects and adding layers of interests that change over time. Beautiful!
A great range of ideas, and good to see the pictures!Here's another example of a recent "boring fence" makeover I thought you'd enjoy!http://edubuzz.org/blogs/campie/2010/08/26/how-good-is-our-fence-looking/
Yes Debi - I think this is the beauty of this project. David - thanks for the link - I hopped right over and had a look and thoroughly recommend others do the same. Really simple and the art and maths potential...sigh! I'm in teaching heaven!
I love your fence ideas. Thanks for posting on our blog. I am going to make sure all our teachers see this as we have some pretty horrid fences too. Brilliant thinking, well done. Sheila Laing, Headteacher Campie PS.
What a great story, Juliet.
Thanks for sharing a creative to get your student to create and install their artwork. What a lovely problem-solving exercise!
I am working on a project with a group of students from Otari School in New Zealand, we are in the process of turning a boring fence in to a creative and exciting resource. So it is good to see others using their fences in creative ways, more information about the students work at http://placeofsnares.blogspot.co.nz/Thanks Simon
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