Climbing Wall Construction

Why have a climbing wall in your school?

Climbing promotes balance and coordination

Students learn how to use their bodies with coordinated movements to reach their personal goal. Strength and height does not play a key
role in climbing. Small, light weight students often have the advantage of
a better strength to weight ratio for climbing.

Climbing allows all students to
participate at their own levels

Students who are normally not active in P.E. have been known to excel
on climbing walls. Physically or developmentally disabled students can also participate on equal ground as able-bodied students. Climbers compete against themselves to achieve different goals.

Climbing develops team
building and communication skills

Climbers will discover that by working together they can help each other climb better. Students not on the wall can see possible movements easier than the climber on the wall. This information is then only helpful to the climber if it is effectivly communicated. Students will learn to give precise directions describing the next move.

Climbing promotes emotional control and problem solving

Every climbing route is a new puzzle to be solved. Students develop enhanced problem solving skills by learning to think out their moves beforehand. Climbers will perform better on the wall if they learn to properly analyze the situation from off the wall. After finding a feasible solution, climbers need to be able to alter their plan during execution. Students must also demonstrate emotional control to complete their climb. Tense emotions impede the necessary thought process, forcing climbers to relax to regain control.

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Downloadable Climbing Wall Games

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