Un labyrinthe géant (boite, paille, gun à colle et quelque chose qui roule) pour encourager le travail d'équipe, la communication et la coordinnation de mouvements. Plusieurs heures de fun en perspective!
Called the largest plant maze in the world, the ever-changing maze at Reignac-sur-Indre, France blossoms into a brilliant field of sunflowers in summer and in winter is remarked and sown to reappear as a new design in spring. In 1996, the maze’s debut year, over 85,000 people attempted to find passage through the 10-acre puzzle.
To teach The Group Plan (social thinking) to a group of kindergartners, make this maze, get a small bouncy ball and have each student hold onto a part of the maze, working together to tilt the box and get the ball through the maze.
15 of the Most Amazing Mazes and Labyrinths -- what a fun post this is to look at! Would love to visit some of these...there's one here that "was built in 1689 and is written about in novels and poems" and another in Hawaii that's the world's longest (also available online!) that has "11,400 tropical native plants and covering 3.11 miles." Well worth the click-through!!