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Sabres let creativity soar

Tuesday, 16 May 2017. Posted in Shootin' the Breeze

Sabres let creativity soar
Last Friday was Sabre Day at Livingstone School in Lundbreck. Every Sabre Day is different and this was the second time a “maker day” happened. Students made three-dimensional sculptures and wooden creatures, among other things. Lance Loseth and some of his schoolmates created their own kites that they proudly sent to the skies.   Photos by Tyler Ryan

Sabres let creativity soar

According to Liesl Leishman, a Grade 6 teacher at the school, the point of the maker day is to have students plan, problem-solve and create something by the end of the day.

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Assistant principal Mary Krizan got all taped up for the “maker day” as some of the students were designing clothing and superhero outfits made of duct tape.

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Isaac Loseth, right, helps Jonah MacGarva get suited up in his cardboard armour. Students participated in various activities during the day, and Jonah and Isaac signed up for an event inspired by medieval knights.

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