3, 2, 1, Experiments!

by  Rainbow Team

Description :

Rainbow team performed experiments with colors and balloons!
If you want a rainbow you can make one! Rainbow Team used color markers and water to make a rainbow on paper. Also, the Rainbow Team experimented with chemistry, using vinegar and baking soda to produce carbon dioxide, a gas that inflated their balloons.

Rainbow Team

Hello everyone!
We are the team “Rainbow” in Eleonas Camp (Greece).
3, 2, 1, here we come!
3 children from Afghanistan
2 from Congo
1 from Syria
and we travel with our teacher, Mrs Anna to the land of experiments.
We make a rainbow and an angry balloon with what we’ve got available in our kitchen.
Plastic cups, some kitchen paper, balloons, bottles, table soda, vinegar and all the colors of the rainbow.
1, 2, 3, here we go!

from Syria, Congo, Afghanistan

teacher:  Anna Stamatoukou

location: Eleonas, Athens, Greece

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Dub-Dub-A Team

on 26/05/2022

First of all, we really love your name! Secondly, as we discussed with my students your effort seems so amazing and easy on the same time! We really like the fact that you choose simple materials for your experiments! You are like inspired our next S.T.E.M. steps!

from our Mentor

Jamal Rnjbal

on 23/05/2022

Bonjour Rainbow team, you truly filled this classroom with colors! Chemistry was one of my favorite subjects at school, and you just reminded me why. You made balloons and rainbows using only ingredients we find in the kitchen! I can see that you have a very bright future ahead of you!

from our Mentor

Nargis Kohgadai

on 20/05/2022

Great job, Rainbow team. I really appreciate the fact that your team used everyday items to show a cool chemical reaction. It goes on to show that one doesn't have to be in a fancy lab to do an interesting scientific experiment. I also loved the fact that this is such a diverse group. I heard Farsi, French, English and Greek and feel so proud that science and education is bringing everyone together. Sometimes, as adults we forget how enjoyable and creative science can be and both of these experiments served as a great reminder. Good Luck!

from our Mentor

Nargis Kohgadai

on 20/05/2022

Great job, Rainbow team. I really appreciate the fact that your team used everyday items to show a cool chemical reaction. It goes on to show that one doesn't have to be in a fancy lab to do an interesting scientific experiment. I also loved the fact that this is such a diverse group. I heard Farsi, French, English and Greek and feel so proud that science and education is bringing everyone together. Sometimes, as adults we forget how enjoyable and creative science can be and both of these experiments served as a great reminder. Good Luck!