Just to inform you all, every country has sent in their votes, all of the votes have been counted and the newsflash has been recorded last Friday as planned!
So, tomorrow we can publish the ECR-2013-newsflash in which we will announce the winner
of this years competition!
This newsflash will be published on the blog at Monday February 4th at 11:00
Brussels time, so allof you get to know their position in the final ranking then.
We will show you the European Chain Reaction 2013 then too, and it will be a real nice one, since you all were extremely creative this year! I hope all of you will be pleased with the outcome!
On Tuesday I will upload an overview in a votes-table, so all of you can see how many points you received from which countries. (I won’t publish this on Monday to hold the excitement. Now all of you are obliged to watch the newsflash if you want to know your place in the rankingJ!)
OUR CROATIAN UNFINISHED LEGO TOWN Chain Reaction 2013 ( our memento from our unfinished funny preparations)
now, as a big THANKS to my pupils who didn't succeed in finishing the second half of our Chain reaction called: 'MEET OUR LEGO TOWN Zadar, Croatia'We've decided to make a Smilebox just to show that we did have a lot of motivation and ideas to do something very visualised, realidstic-our Zadar peninsula in a Chain reaction. Unfortunately, I got ill and this is our memento to fantastic, creative moments spent with me and my class 4b (+ Lea ). THE SHOW MUST GO ON-anyway! CONGRATULATIONS TO EVERYONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Hoping you all a lot of success!If it were me, I would give each and every one of you the maximum points! FANTASTIC CHAIN REACTIONS IN 2013!
Much love from Zadar, Croatia Ksenija Vidmar-Nincevic & my motivated team
PS: we're hoping you'll find our trials as a good funny show-time: we will never forget our clumsiness & trials... http://smilebox.com/playBlog/4d7a55794e7a6b354d546b3d0d0a&blogview=true
This chain reaction was made by students from class 6b and 6c. They use Scratch software to make 13 projects. Computers are connected via microphones. Every project end playing sound giving signal to the next computer to play next animation.
Here is the chain from Iceland this year. We are going to
call it „Volcano“ because we life on a volcano island, so if we are not getting an
eruption naturally we make it ourselves. Viktor, one of our boys, got that excellent idea
to make an eruption chain and it cost a lot of speculations about how to fix it
and you can see the result on the video. We put baking soda, water, red colour
and soap into the “mountain” and the vinegar in the bowl made the volcano erupt. We made our chain over and
over again until we managed to let it work through the whole way and we are very proud of our little
volcano chain J
Greetings from 6th grade in Iceland and their teachers
Nine Bulgarian children aged 5-6
years have worked together as a team and fully unaided have created
their chain reaction with toys from the school. We hope you will
enjoy their achievements and will like them.
While the children were
working on project European Chain Reaction 2013, they were amassing
scientific experience, were really happy and were having great fun.
We are the last minute partner of this project. We are only
6 years old . After we had watched your videos wanted to join this project .
Unfortunetly, we had so little time :( We set this old cassettes ourselves
and our teachers helped us a little :) The weather is cold and we decided light
our stove. We enjoyed so much. I hope you enjoyed too.
We present our technical chain reaction- which has been 100% created and put together by the pupils of primary 6. They received absolutely no help from adults at any point. There are admittedly some imperfections, but we are nonetheless very happy once again to have taken part in the project.
We hope you like it, and wish all teams the best of luck in this year's contest. We are certainly enjoying watching all the videos appearing!
The students of the 4th grade had great fun creating this chain reaction. We hope you enjoy ours as much as we have enjoyed watching the already published videos.We look forward to the rest of the entries.
UP and DOWN, this year's title for our chain reaction miraculously intertwined with some difficulties on trying to put the video online. Strangely, the VIMEO website was down for a day, so our video had to be uploaded to the other big video platform for the time being. Now we are back to normal, but just in case...
Belgiumproudly presents its technical chain reaction 2013!
In the last couple of weeks 33 junior-scientists have been working hard to create this chain and we hope you will like it!
Of course you will also have learned a lot about science in the last couple of weeks while building your own chain reaction and that's why we are very curious to see if you are smart enough to figure out how the submarine used in this chain reaction works. This submarine was homemade by a team of 4 students under the guidance of a skillful dad.Who will be the first to write downcorrectly in a comment how this submarine works?
We hope you will have as much joy watching this chain reaction as we had creating it! We look forward a lot to watching all your chain reactions!