Greece

Greece

Greece

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Greece News

  • Mission X: Speed of Light

    A quick reaction is sometimes life-saving. The mission "speed of light" is to train to react more quickly on the eye-hand reaction time. Our team enjoyed this training a lot! Mission completed!!!

  • Explore and Discover Primary School of Eleochori

    The learners safely transferred an object with weight from the exploration area back to their base to
    refine their aerobic and anaerobic physical condition. The way they lifted the object and their posture played an
    important role in equalizing their weight so as to lift their school backpack full of books.

  • Building an Astro Core Primary School of Eleochori

    The students carried out the "commander crunch" and the "pilot prank " to strengthen their abdomen and rachial muscles. Thus, they improve their posture so as to avoid minor injuries later on. The rachial and abdomen muscles are called core muscles because they protect the spinal column and transfer energy through the body for dynamic movements such as oscillations and throwing. The children showed a special interest as they all wanted to invigorate their body trunk and improve their performance in sports.

  • Mission: Control Primary School of Eleochori

    Thle learners practised balance and time perception. They performed throwing and catching techniques standing on one leg thus simulating the dfficulties astronauts have to face. They certainly participated fully of joy
    and took on the challenge with a smile.

    Keep on space students!!!

  • Base Station Walkback Primary School of Eleochori

    The children walked back to the base station. The goal that was achieved was to increase stamina and improve lung and heart strength; in general, exercise their muscles. They did a sprint and walked alternately; they were also involved in a touch n' go, a stamina run and a relay race. What follows is a photo shoot were student enthusiasm is apparent.

    Go, go little space girls and space boys!!!!