Greece

Greece

Greece

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Greece News

  • 4rd PRIMARY SCHOOL OF KERATSINI-3rd Grade ,GREECE

    In photos 1-6 the little astronauts warm up in order to be ready for the greater pressure that follows…
    In photos 6-8 they are doing abs in order to increase the strength of their abdominals. The abdominal muscles along with the back muscles, which we exercise in photos 9-16, are very important because they protect the bowels and give energy to the body for a number of movements, such as walking, running and jumping. They also help our body gyrate, lie down, get up quickly and even stay still.
    How important are all these for the astronauts? Believe us… VERY MUCH !

  • Circuit Training 1 Primary School of Eleochori

    Within the circuit training 1 students performed 4 activities from the first level with great accuracy and speed,
    maintaining the proper form. Everyone was excited and happy. Drive the mouse onto the pictures to find out the super activities!!!

  • 2nd Minority Primary School of Komotini, Greece - Space explorers in action!

    Space Explorers in action

    Greetings from the Space Explorers of the 2nd Minority Primary School of Komotini, Greece!
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    MISSION ASSIGNMENT: Full Body Training
    Our little Space Explorers selected 7 activities for making sure to address all areas of the body . They did this stations as quickly as possible and tryed to maintain proper form. They totally enjoyed it! You could see it in their smiling faces especially when they yelled "Liftoff".
    take a look:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aA6utGA-QCM
    MISSION X TRAINING LIKE AN ASTRONAUT was an amazing experience. We absolutely loved it!
    Sharing with you our experience and learning from all these graet teams from all around the world made us very Happy :) <3
    THANK YOU

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  • Mission X: Taste in Space

    After creating their own Food Pyramid and understanding the importance of a balanced diet in the astronaut's daily life, the young astronauts prepared fruit salad in the classroom. The children enjoyed the process of preparation very much.Finally, they came to the conclusion that everybody even if we are not an astronaut, should have a healthy and balanced diet.

  • Mission X: Crew Assembly

    This mission’s purpose was to do a puzzle of 50 pieces fast and correct. Our young astronauts succeeded in doing the puzzle really fast. The gloves weren’t a problem for the completion of the puzzle. Each team managed to cut down the time significantly when they tried to do the puzzle for a second time. Their next challenge was to do a puzzle of 100 pieces! Finally all crew members improved their skills and their hand-eye coordination by achieving a fast and easy object assembling.