Monday, October 31, 2011

Yellow Monday/ruby red/rednesday: Eagle's nest




Our school has a new challenging equipment. It is called the eagle's nest and is very high. The money is raised by the PTA, and the seniors take turns to play on it. The kids love it.

LOL, I must clarify and should have written seniors of a primary school. the juniors are very jealous.

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Carletta said...

I've never seen anything quite like it and almost feel our schools would say it was too much of a risk.
It looks like a lot of fun.

Jama said...

Our schools don't have such thing, but they are easily found in some of our parks.

Ginny Hartzler said...

Well, it is very pretty and modern looking, but what do you mean by seniors?? Old people play on this????

Felisol said...

Young people need a challenge like this one. Not everybody will reach the top, but that isn't necessary either.
Great sculpture.

Gattina said...

It looks like a cobweb from far, lol ! But as a senior it's nothing for me to play on !

eileeninmd said...

It looks like a lot of fun, I 'm sure the kids look layng on it. It is great to have more outdoor activities for the kids to play outside.

Kim, USA said...

Growing up we don't have like this at school but we were allowed to play a lot! This days kids do their play/games in front of the computer. No wonder even kids now a days have health problems. I would definitely like to try this for sure I would drop plenty of sweat doing this which is really good. The thing is if this can hold me. ^_^


George said...

That is quite an impressive piece of playground equipment. No wonder the juniors are jealous. This should keep children active and happy for quite some time.

Jama said...

The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple is located in Chinatown, I've been there several times for photography. It open it's door to anyone, I've seen busload of tourists being drop there.

Ebie said...

Hahaha, there's always rivalry between the juniors and seniors. I hope they can play and enjoy at the same time!

Rajesh said...

Very nice place for kids to play.