This activity is simple enough for many skill levels. It uses materials on hand or easily made on paper, cardboard, or using chalk on the walk.
Lifting heavy things and light things and deciding where to put them for the course requires a lot of critical thinking and physical labor, and in this activity, they will be doing a lot of both simultaneously.
When children do it as a group, they also practice a lot of negotiation, agreement and suggestion.
Running the course after it's built is challenging and fun and helps develop balance and coordination.
This is a major problem-solving skill builder.