Fancy a Game of Hop-Scotch

Danielle Howton

We partnered with the City of Kwinana Shire and Anna Kelly to create Chalk Street Art around the footpaths of Honeywood Primary School.

The idea is to encourage families to park further away from the school and walk or ride to to find the art work on their way to school or home.

Games of Hop-scotch were included in areas for students to stop and enjoy while also noticing the stop signs and footprints previously painted on the paths.

A Honeywood Primary School Facebook Post was posted to publicise the art work.

Fancy a game of Hop-Scotch!Have you spotted the amazing "Chalk Street Art" on the footpaths around the school? Keep your eyes open to spot the art work when you are walking or riding to school. Taxi, our School Therapy Dog, particularly liked the bee drawings.A huge thank you to the City of Kwinana Shire and Anna Kelly for the incredible chalk drawings.

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James (Your Move)

With the colours used they really do look like chalk, but I suspect they might be more permanent 😊. Brightening up the walking environment has earned you 25 points plus another 10 for sharing the details here. I'm glad to see Taxi seems particularly impressed 😆.

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