Οnline science workshop | Ages: 9-12 (4th grade – 6th grade of primary school)
Required, call 210 9469620, 210 9469683, 210 9469662 or 210 9469663, Monday to Friday, 9:30 ‒ 16:30
9-12 years old
Craft and construct cells and get to know the smallest unit of life!
What is the smallest possible structure that displays signs of life? What does our body consist of? What makes up every living organism, from the smallest ant to the largest whale, and from the lawn to a sequoia tree?
Join our online company to get to know the cell, the basis of life! With simple materials we will construct models of the animal and plant cell, and we will discuss the very important role that each one plays in the world around us.
Only one computer with an Internet connection is required to participate in the workshop.
Gather the necessary materials, prepare your space, and discover the cells!
You will need:
- 2-4 paper plates (the simplest paper plates you will find - we want to paint them on top)
- Markers or crayons or tempera with brushes or oil paints with brushes
- Green thick cardboard or felt sheet or foam sheets
- Craft Pipe Wires (around 10 wires)
- Kitchen membrane
- Plasticines (at least 5 colors ‒ ideally yellow, red, blue, green, white)
- 3-4 toothpicks
- Pencil or pen or marker
- Wet glue (adhesive) and stick.
The program is free of charge.
Adult supervision is required.
Reservation is required at 210 9469620, 210 9469683, 210 9469662 or 210 9469663, Monday to Friday, 9:30 ‒ 16:30, as well as completing the application form/formal declaration and sending it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
After confirming the reservation, you will receive an email with the link and the relevant instructions for direct connection to the workshop. The workshops are conducted through the Microsoft Teams online platform.