Hello to all TwoFish participants.

I’m very happy to share with you our very first TwoFish newsletter. This is a newsletter that I and the other teachers created just for you. In it we will put some of the exciting things that happened last week and we will also put in some of the things we might do in the future.

If you have an idea or even a story you want to share, you can do it here.

I’m very excited about this newsletter because I think it’s going to make this year even more interesting than last year.

See you in your next class.


This week’s riddle

What get’s wetter and wetter the more it dries?


See the answer at the bottom of the page.

Last week at TwoFish

We did a challenge. It’s called the ‘Marshmallow challenge’. The participants had to make a tower with only pasta, string, and tape.

To see more of this week’s action, click here.

This is our movie studio. We learned how to use a green screen. It worked very well for some people but for some it didn’t. We think we need more lights.

Here Deyan is on the bungee, Lora is on the trapeze, Ina and Ivan made a new game with the marbles.

Ideas for the future

Bozhena found a fantastic video about dressmaking. She decided what materials she wanted and Robert is going to buy the material for her. Maybe you’d like to design some clothes too?

Chris and Vicky decided to make something with matchsticks. It was very difficult because the matchsticks were easily moved. Maybe you’d like to make one too?

Aya and Irenka asked to make volcanoes. Here is an interesting way to make a very messy volcano in class. Maybe you will make a volcano too?

Things to do at home

Somewhere in the classroom, the crystal is hidden. If you can say the words, you will get a clue where to find it.




This is a great song. Maybe you can sing along?

You say yes, I say no.
You say stop and I say go go go
Oh no
You say goodbye and I say hello
Hello hello
I don’t know why you say goodbye, I say hello
Hello hello
I don’t know why you say goodbye, I say hello.

Click here for all the lyrics.

Last year we had a sail car challenge. Participants made a car chassis and later they added wheels. Then they made a sail and connected it to the chassis. When everything was ready, we raced the cars against each other using a hairdryer to push them along.

This week, we had a request for a sail boat challenge. Your task is to design a boat at home and to make it in class this week.

Click here to find out more.

The answer to this week’s riddle

A towel.