Floods and Volcanos!

by  Corinthian Experts Team

Description :

The Corinthian Experts are not afraid of volcanos or floods! They study them!
The colorful volcano erupts thanks to baking soda and vinegar reaction! The flood is stopped thanks to a special construction!

Corinthian Experts Team

Hello everyone! We are the Corinthian experts. We are a mixed group and our ages range from six to twelve. We come from Congo, Afghanistan and Syria. We love learning new things. We are so glad we participate in this festival and we can’t wait to meet you. We attend classes both in the Public school and close to our home here in Corinth (Greece). Our teachers are Mr Nikos, Ms Andrianna and Mr Fanis. We mostly have Greek, English, Math and Science lessons. This is who we are!

from Congo, Afghanistan, Syria

teacher:  Mr Nikos Fotos, Ms Andrianna Karaouli and Mr Fanis Soukoulis

location: Corinth, Greece

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from our Mentor

Nargis Kohgadai

on 27/05/2022

Wonderful work, Corinthian Experts Team. What I love about this experiment is that it is both creative and scientific. It warms my heart to hear all the enthusiasm coming from the students performing these experiments. I hope and pray that you all get a chance to finish your studies and become successful in your field of choice.

Louise Dasaro, Science United Festival Organizing Committee

on 23/05/2022

Your team has certainly become experts! Your construction to control flood waters is creative and expertly built! I enjoyed watching you collaborate. It was exciting to watch your work with volcanoes and rain. And to see the excitement in the class! The desire to investigate and learn is a quality that every scientist needs! You are all brilliant young scientists. Continue to ask questions and find answers. You all are our world's future!

from our Mentor

Jamal Rnjbal

on 23/05/2022

The Corinthian experts are truly not afraid of anything! That baking soda and vinegar volcano was amazing. I am gonna do the same experiment as you did in my kitchen, but I don't think it will be as good as yours. Please keep experimenting and learning from your amazing teachers. You have a bright future ahead of you.