A science fair organized by the officers and members of the Children’s Worship Service (CWS) in the Ecclesiastical District of Northern Midwest not only brought excitement to the kids but helped broaden their insights on the subject.
Through videoconferencing, CWS teachers and officers led the children under their care in a fun-filled learning activity held on January 30, 2022.
Doable-at-home projects fostered in the children love of learning, and provided an avenue to enhance their creativity. Following instructions from the facilitators, the kids, with the supervision of their parents, performed experiments demonstrating some natural concepts, such as precipitation, polymers, and light refraction, and also how to make homemade ice cream, slime, and play dough.
“I joined with my little brother Jacob and I helped him prepare all the substances needed and I also guided him along the way with the experiments,” said Enya Pilares, CWS officer from the Local Congregation of Minneapolis, Minnesota. “I had so much fun and I want to do it again,” Jacob enthused.
“It is important that we have activities like this, especially now that because of the pandemic restrictions, we don’t see the kids in CWS as often like we did before. So this is a way for us, CWS officer, to interact with them and give them something to be excited for,” said Larize Nantes, a CWS president in the ecclesiastical district. — With reports from INC News Section