Friday, 13 January 2017

19 - Iceland - Technical Chain Reaction

Technical Chain Reaction from Iceland

Happy new year to all of you new and old participants. We are really exited to watch your chains we always learn a lot of you.  We have taken part in this project 7 times before and we really like it. Students in the fourth grade, who are now 10 years old, made the chain this time. In fourth grade we have nearly 50 children who had to work together and agree on how the chain should look like. They cooperated great and enjoyed themselves planing and creating it. We look forward seeing all the chains that are here on the blog and learn about how others have worked together at this same project. We hope you have fun watching it and greetings to all of you.­čĹÇ

12 comments:

  1. Hi Iceland,

    Your pupils certainly deserve the Icelandic slow hand clap at the end of this video, because they did a really nice job!

    Good luck from Belgium!

    Dave

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  2. That was an impressive chain reaction! So much to set up and organise.
    And thanks for showing the slow hand clap at the end too - this must be a trademark Icelandic thing, right?
    All the best from Scotland.
    Michael

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  3. A very long chain. It must have been very hard work to build. It was a delight to watch!
    Thank you
    Marko
    Germany

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  4. Wow! This is a wonderful chain reaction and must have taken a long time to set up. Well done!
    Best wishes and good luck with the voting from England.

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  5. Wonderful!!!!!
    Good luck!
    Chiara from Sardinia

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  6. it is really really good, God lock by Julia From Swedden :)

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  7. Isla from Scotland19 January 2017 at 19:33

    Good luck!!! :) *****

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  8. It was really cool to see the fire and the cars craching against the books.

    Mats Duijn from Merksplas, Belgium

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  9. Hi,I'm from Lithuana:)super!!!

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  10. Really brilliant video, well done.

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