The class visit this park weekly to develop habits of physical exercise. The park is high up in the area and includes different levels allowing for running up/downhlll. The park has a path cutting across the upper level which is useful to use for setting boundaries for the children. We play a variety of games in the park including Helpie, Crossover Tig, 100 cones, Tig games and can set up a wide relay course.
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