From 28.10 to 11.01.2019 in Bulgaria was held the Fourth transnational project meeting, as a part of a formal activity of the ERASMUS+ KA229 project: FUNTASTIC: motivation starts here. Continue reading “The funtastic team in Bulgaria”
Students from the third grade of the 201st Primary School St St Kiril and Metodiy visited the Sofia Science Festival in Sofia Tech Park. There they were able to create luminous 3D cards, make their racing car, make Leonardo’s flying machine and learn how it helped create modern aircraft, as well as curious facts about the discoverer’s life and achievements. They then watched many demonstrations of different fields of science and took part in many interesting experiments. Briefly, they had a rich and exciting day.
Moral, moral… What are you going to teach me today? The ant and the crayfish, the hare and the turtle… We read the fable, invent a script, disguise ourselves and go on stage.
We learn many lessons and we are capable of transmitting them. It’s been fun to watch our partners and the fake shots have been even more fun.
For you, because you’re always by my side, because you haven’t been away for a minute, because you study with me, worry about me, give me the best advice and scold me when you have to. For you, because there is only one mother and today I couldn’t miss the opportunity to express it. I give you this detail elaborated with my own hands, I have put my effort and my affection in elaborating it.
Many students, parents and teachers from 201st Primary School St St Kiril and Metodiy joined to the Charity Easter Bazaar, which provides a unique opportunity for pupils and their parents to introduce themselves to the local community. The students raised a lot of money for charity that will be provide to charitable organizations to help people in need.
Using the LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Education EV3 and LEGO® BOOST students from 201st Primary School “St St Kiril and Metodiy” have the opportunity to dive deep into the world of robotics and explore how computer programming and robot design can solve problems. Robotics projects increase creativity, teach pupils to follow directions, and the finished product gives them a sense of accomplishment and confidence. Not only that, but they have a cool toy to play with when the project is complete. This is an excellent way to foster students’ love for science and engineering.
Students from 201st Primary School “St St Kiril and Metodiy” learn how to create amazing games, animated images and songs in the Scratch Programming language, one of the friendliest programming languages ever created. They get skills to solving interesting problems and making wonderful things with the help of a computer.
Play is very important to a pupil’s development. That’s why students from 201st Primary School “St St Kiril and Metodiy” often visit The Children’s Science Center Muzeiko, a place that provoke their curiosity and interest in science, technology, ecology and the arts. Through the games, inspiration and experimentation with real, practical situations and objects they become acquainted with the history of the Earth and the ancient civilizations, the achievements of science and the future development of humankind.