Thursday, January 12, 2012

The European Chain Reaction 2012 from Bulgaria

Dear friends, "Cvetni Pesachinki” Kindergarten from Bulgaria is delighted to show you its first participation into The European Chain Reaction 2012.

Nine Bulgarian children aged 4-6 years have worked together as a team and fully unaided have created their first 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 2012, they were amassing scientific experience, were really happy and were having great fun.


Have fun watching the video!

We wish all success!

ECR 2012 Bulgaria from Stanka Aleksandrova on Vimeo.

20 comments:

  1. Hi, Bulgaria!

    You DID AMAZING JOB!!
    Your LITTLE CHILDREN CREATED SUCH A FANTASTIC CHAIN REACTION THAT I REALLY AM STILL BREATHLESS, PUZZLED, asking myself:'HOW IS IT POSSIBLE???
    YOU PERFORM A MIRACLE!
    Your chain reaction is a PURE FANTASY OF a CHILDREN'S JOY, INNOCENCE, COLORFUL INNOCENCE AND PURE MOMENTS OF JOY BUT , at the same, the little ones were VERY RESPONSIBLE and WELL ORGANISED! I almost start crying moved by your entry!!!

    Fascinating,

    Ksenija from Croatia

    A HUUUGGGEEE BRAVO!

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  2. Hi Stanka and kids in Bulgaria,

    What a great achievement for children aged 4-6! They realy did their best to build a good chain reaction!

    We can see the joy on their faces and their excitement in the hands of the boy who couldn't control himself in the end and started the chain reaction at the side of the end too!

    If their was an award for the most CUTE entry you definitely would have won it!

    I like your chain reaction very much!

    Kind regards,

    Dave

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  3. Hi, Bulgaria!

    I almost start crying moved by an outstanding entry your SO little ones performed by themselves!
    IS IT POSSIBLE???I couldn't believe my eyes!
    I am really in a state of shock as I would NEVER dream that THAT little masters could be able to build up a chain reaction with SO mUCH determination, discipline, patience, will and a PURE JOY when they did the outcome!

    Still, speechles,

    BRAVO!!!, A HUUUGGGEEE BRAVO to all involved in this amazing experience you've shared with us!

    Ksenija, Croatia

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  4. I STILL CAN'T BELIEVE MY EYES: IS IT POSSIBLE that kids, aged 4 to 6 COULD be able toperform a chain reaction with SO MUCH PATIENCE, WELL ORGANISE, DISCIPLINED, DETERMINED TO FINISH THEIR TASK...but, acting sOOOO charming , expressing their happiness whenever they succeed!
    I almost start crying touche&moved by these INCREADIBLE DOMINO MASTERS!!!

    It it something I would NEVER forget! Thank you for sharing this experience and for showing that ANYTHING is POSSIBLE...and even a miracle!
    As this loks like a miracle video clip to me!

    BRAVO!!!
    BRABO

    Ksenija

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  5. These kids are great explorers!

    Good thing you shared with us how they worked out how to assemble the equipment.
    They certainly seemed to enjoy their work and the chain effect.

    Thanks for this entry!

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  6. Wow! So small but so good ! Can't believe .. This is amazing !!! :)

    Dea

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  7. Lauren from ScotlandJanuary 13, 2012 at 12:45 PM

    I really enjoyed your chain reaction. I think you have done a great job of making a chain reaction with such young children.

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  8. Hi Bulgaria
    This input is really good. It gives us the idea that we can work with so young children in projects like that.
    Congratulate
    Kolbrún (Iceland)

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  9. Поздравления!
    видео е много успешен!


    До скоро.

    с френския отбор.

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  10. These children are very good scientists!
    Our compliments!
    Good luck and greetings from Italy

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  11. nice chain and certainly when you know so little kids that have made

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  12. This is very good that you know the kids are very young

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  13. It is so cute, I love it!

    Greetings from Croatia,
    Margarita

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