I am running three activities to do with bacteria / antibiotics with the
WGC campus for European Researcher's Night at Ely Cathedral on Saturday
28th September and I am looking for a few more volunteers.
The three activities are:
1. Looking at human cheek cells, onion cells and different types of
bacteria under the microscope with plastic models to help participants
understand what they are seeing (3yrs - adult)
2. A simple card game where participants have to decide what action they
would take to protect someone from different infections. (7yrs - adult)
3. A floor game rolling soft balls ('antibiotic') to try and hit the
'bad' bacteria without hitting the 'good' ones - particularly aimed at
smaller children (3-8)
The activities are all very straightforward and I can go through them
all with you before hand. All the activities have been alot of fun at
the past few festivals so it should be a fun day!
The time slots are either 10.00-1.00 or 1.00-4.30
Please let me know if you would be able to volunteer,
I am visiting the EBI part-time so can meet with you on campus to go
through things as needed.
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