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NOISY ZONE

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Georgia Sherman

on 31 January 2014

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Transcript of NOISY ZONE

The noisy zone is the area of the playground where open fields give children the space to run at full speed, play ball games, and create their own means of play.
NOISY ZONE
WHAT IS IN IT?
To conclude, we think that the noisy zone is an essential part of a modern school playground. Now, Kiersten Koning and Shayne Drof will be talking about the organized play zone. Thank you for listening to our presentations.
CONCLUSION
We think that there should be a noisy zone because children should have the spacious area that allows them to run freely and get physical activity. They should be able to play games without the constant reminders to keep quiet.
WHY SHOULD THERE BE ONE?
NOISY ZONE
Georgia Sherman and Lucas Kolva

The noisy zone includes wide, open fields for children to run freely, and also has big play structures. The children can't run as easily on the structures, but they are able to shout from one side of the structure to another.
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