Aue-Wingeshausen: Children paint their dream playground

Aue-Wingeshausen.
Boys and girls from class 1 want a fast bobsled or a crazy maze. But the results are also surprising in other respects.

A fast-paced bobsled race like the popular “Fichtenflitzer” in Panoramaparken, an adventurous water ride, a giant carousel and a crazy maze, but also a large trampoline or a real table tennis table – all this is available for students in 1st grade, primary school Aue -Wingeshausen, at the top of the wish list for their dream playground. And what it might look like is what the kids are drawing in the art class today. Interesting results have been shown, which are very useful in our newspaper playground check.

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“Remember: You can also dream a little,” teacher Nina Bauerdick encourages each child in the class to use a lot of imagination. Many of the boys and girls paint their dream playground together, some alone. But all with a lot of creativity.




Two sandboxes on offer


Anton will definitely want a river for his playground. In the new Erndtebrücker Ederauenpark there is that, he rejoices. Tom wants a really steep slide, Emilie a zipline and Jan-Ole a water slide – with pool. It goes without saying that the classics like sandbox, climbing frame, seesaw, carousel or swing are also part of it. But above all, a playground like this should be something special.

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Adila and Hannes have two sandboxes to offer on their painted playground – “because there are always so many children outside,” Hannes explains. And parents can watch their offspring play from the lined up bench.

The teacher comes up with really cool examples

“We do not know how to paint things,” Anton and his classmate are still a little unsure at the beginning of the painting activity. But today, the teacher brought a lot of real, but above all really cool playground examples to big pictures. And when you look at it, Anton also finds good suggestions.

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Emilie and Chiara have equipped their playground with a large cable car and a climbing castle, but also with a climbing net that rotates. Fantastic. The two have also painted a climbing child and a mother who sees the bustle of the playground in their lively picture.

Tom’s insider tip

Leonardo and Malte have the classics in their image, but also a large knight’s castle. Teacher Nina Bauerdick is amazed. “Have you ever been to Arfeld?” she asks the two students. Because the new active playground at the town hall “Via Adrina” is simply amazing. “There are boxes of toys that you can take out,” she says – molds for the sandbox as well as balls or table tennis bat. The children can also crawl through tunnels, frolic in the sand on a toy train and play with water from the adjacent Arfe. By the way, the usual play equipment is there.

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Tom is excited about a playground in Wingeshausen with a zipline and a fantastic climbing frame. He goes there often when he is with his grandmother. It’s still a real insider tip, he says.

Colorful, just not boring

Meanwhile, Laura has finished painting her playground. The striking thing here is that their play equipment is not just gray in gray, but in a variegated color. So just do not be bored.

Before that, the children in sports had already practiced “playground gymnastics” outside on the large play equipment on the playground at Aue-Wingeshausen primary school, as their teacher Nina Bauerdick calls it. So you know how a seesaw, climbing frame and the like feels.

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Bauerdick’s four-year-old son could also imagine a giant knight’s castle on a playground, she says – with a springboard into the room. Or at least with a thick air cushion to frolic in, which the fire department has for emergencies. That would be something!


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