Rope Shapes

Challenge small groups of blindfolded children to create a range of 2-D shapes from a length of rope.

This activity could be a great introduction to the topic of shapes or as a simple consolidation task. It enables pupils to demonstrate their recognition of a variety of shapes whilst also building interpersonal skills such as communication, leadership and team building.

Learning through Landscapes developed this resource for a range of levels.  The activity idea is adaptable for different age groups. For more ideas check out their Curriculum Linked Resources book in the Outdoor Library.

 

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