Elliott Heads State School students will return after the Easter break to see their under-cover play area colourfully decorated with educational art.
They'll be jumping around on painted games including Snakes and Ladders, Twister and hopscotch.
It's part of a new “Raw Awakening” project of Urban Art Wide Bay.
Artist Jamie Kirby said the program is seeking funding.
“The work for schools is done at a very low cost to give a fun spin on education at children's lunch breaks,” he said.
“All games are education based to keep minds stimulated and focused while having fun.
“Raw Awakening is a local Bundaberg program and we look forward to painting all the schools.”
A turtle wall mural was recently installed at Kalkie State School and artwork was painted today at Bundaberg Central State School.
Jamie recently completed a stunning colourful butterfly mural at cancer treatment facility Genesis Care.
His inspiration is “the passion for art, seeing how it affects people in a positive way”.J