SCIENCE EXPLAINED THROUGH EXPERIMENT


International Blue Crescent Relief and Development Foundation (IBC) Kilis gathered 121 Syrian and Turkish Children to facilitate an activity titled “Entertaining science and experiments "in Kilis Community Center on 07.09.2018.

Our activities began with welcoming and introducing the participants. Then the facilitator introduced some laboratory tools to the attending students. Then, as a first experiment, we made various experiments about what might be the combination of carbon dioxide and oxygen, and the children participated in the experiment. Then, we explained the strength of wind, storms and water absorbing materials. We made many other experiments as well. Finally, we pasted sticky note on the children's clothes saying' Let's do experiments and discover'.

We observed how much the students had fun in the entertaining science activity and what they learned.

Activity objectives:

  • To help the scientific development of children.
  • To attract children to learning science.
  • To leave a mark in the minds of the students and ensure they do not forget what they learnt.
  • To attract children to scientific research.
  •  To ensure the participants are active during the activity.
  • To develop the sense of responsibility of the students.

To support the students in terms of the development of their mental capacity and their analyzing abilities.



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