Pupils in the Science and Technology Fun Club

We used

  • Transparent plastic bottle
  • Vinegar
  • Plastic glove
  • Bicarbonate of soda
  • Teaspoon

This is what we did

  • We added a little vinegar to the transparent plastic bottle
  • We filled one finger of a plastic glove with a teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda
  • We carefully stretch the glove over the top of the plastic bottle.
  • Lastly we lifted the finger of the glove and added the bicarbonate of soda.

We watched the glove become puffy and puffy!

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News

Andrea Melissa EL HAJJ, who after 11 years of practising the Afro-Brazilian martial art / dance at E.I.S., writes to us from Jacobs University where she has started her own Capoeira Club.

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On Saturday, 21st November, several children represented E.I.S. splendidly at the Batizado held at the Capoeira Centre in Haie Vive. Certain children were inspired to write about their experience in the practice of this Afro-Brazilian martial art/dance.