Last week we had a collective field trip for 2nd, 3rd and 4th grade students to Adventure Playground in Berkeley. It was a beautiful day with lots of fun-filled and hands-on activities! Students enjoyed playing and creating make-shift structures with saws, hammers, paints, and recycled material. The playground at the Berkeley Marina opened in 1979 and originated from children’s advocate and landscape architect Lady Marjory Allen after World War II. “The kid-built forts and structures at Adventure Playground create opportunities for children to learn cooperation, meet physical challenges, and gain self-confidence.” It was a great learning opportunity for our students and we look forward to seeing their creativity shine – many thanks to our wonderful parent drivers and chaperones for making this trip possible!
Check out some photos from our fun field trip HERE!
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