In BC the school children in many places have painted plywood salmon , that are then twist tied to the school yard chain link fences, as if they are swimming in a stream, very fluid and each fish very individual. There are also cranes.
We could do geese. We could even make them out of chloroplast, plastic cardboard. The high school has a CNC machine so a computer figures out how to get the most objects out of a sheet.
That’s if we want a bunch of a similar shape.
But what if we used this same material and the students came up with a story for their area, that fit into a theme that could co-ordinate with the walking/bicycling path in their neighbourhood? Voyeguers around La Verendrye School, The activities at Fort la Reine at that school, etc.? Then just like illustrating a book, images could be created, cut out , painted and twist tied to the fence, an out door story board, some images big, others small. It could be quite educational and interesting to passers by. A great way to involve the students in their neighbourhood.
A fence at Fort la Reine just waiting to express itself.