Turning the ordinary into the extraordinary incites wonder and excitement, which is exactly the case with this Yakovlev Yak-42 that has been upcycled into a classroom for young students.
The Georgian Air plane is retrofitted to allow class lessons to be conducted within the fuselage of the enormous aircraft. The interior is completely refurbished with games, toys and other educational equipment to allow for kindergarten classes to be held during school hours. The cockpit of the plane has been left untouched to allow curious kids to freely play with the buttons for a realistic playtime.
Gari Chapidze, the brains behind the endeavor, explains that, "The idea was to create a kindergarten where children go with joy. Sometimes kids have difficulties in adapting to kindergarten, to a new environment; we decided to help them by making it fun."
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A Yakovlev Yak-42 is Transformed into an Inspiring Space for Students
- By: Michael HemsworthDec 5, 2012