Model Skate Park

Posted November 1, 2016

by Lensyl Urbano

Skate park bowl under construction.

Skate park bowl under construction.

After batting around a number of ideas, three of my middle schoolers settled on building a model skate park out of popsicle sticks and cardboard for their interim project.

A lot of hot glue was involved.

The ramps turned out to be pretty easy, but on the second day they decided that the wanted a bowl, which proved to be much more challenging. They cut out sixteen profiles out of thicker cardboard, made a skeleton out of popsicle sticks, and then coated the top with thin, cereal-box cardboard.

When they were done they painted the whole thing grey–to simulate concrete I think–except for the sides, which were a nice flat blue so that they could put their own miniature graffiti over the top.

It was a lot of careful, well thought-out work.

Getting there: ramps, a rail, and bowl.

Getting there: ramps, a rail, and bowl.

Citing this post: Urbano, L., 2016. Model Skate Park, Retrieved April 20th, 2018, from Montessori Muddle: .
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