Hello to all TwoFish participants.

Week seven is complete and it’s been another very interesting time at TwoFish.

Last week we planted some vegetables and we made more jewelry. Some participants used the engraving tool and several tried levitating the stick with the ring magnets. Dara and Thea made slime while blindfolded. Aya and Irenka made a movie with animals and puppets. Yakov sprayed a gun with silver paint and many participants tried out our new stretchy swing.

Gery joined the newsletter team. We’ve now got a total of four people helping to make the newsletter great every week. A big thank you for all your great ideas. By the way, if you’re interested in adding ideas to the newsletter, please click here for more information.

That’s all from me and the newsletter team, see you in your next class.

Robert – senior editor

Deyan – researcher

Lora – researcher

Gery – researcher

This week’s riddle

What is at the end of a rainbow?

See the answer at the bottom of the page.

Last week at TwoFish

We are watching a movie made by Irenka and Aya. We are eating popcorn too.

This stick is levitating because of the magnets.

Ina and Deyan are playing together. They are not the same age. How old are they?

Lazar is helping Marti. They are not the same age too. How old are they?

This pig likes eating vegetables. Is this true or false?

Click here to see all the pictures from last week.

Ideas for class


You can make a beautiful tree from old buttons.

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You can create an animal from a peg. What surprise will you put in it’s mouth?

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This a game you can make from cardboard. Do you think it’s easy or difficult to make?

For more challenges, click here.


This looks like an interesting challenge. Would you like to do it next week?

For more team challenges, click here.

Click here to see many more ideas for class.

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Things to do at home

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


If you can find the key and open the treasure chest, there are some treats inside.

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

If you ever find yourself stuck in the middle of the sea
I’ll sail the world to find you
If you ever find yourself lost in the dark and you can’t see
I’ll be the light to guide you

Find out what we’re made of
When we are called to help our friends in need

Click here for all the lyrics.

Here’s a new puzzle for this week.

Can you find the words?

Here’s something to help you understand what the words mean.

There is at least one mistake in all of the sentences.

Can you find them?

  1. Does you have any more clear glue Robert?
  2. I’ve known her since she was five year old.
  3. Did you find the key yet?
  4. Wait a minute, is this you’re slime?
  5. Can you open the window for a few minutes, I’m to hot.
  6. She was exciting in class last week.
  7. I must to go to swimming after English.
  8. I like very much fruit.
  9. Where I can find the scissors.
  10. You speak English good.
  11. I didn’t need help from nobody, I did it myself.
  12. Please explain me how to cut the metal strait.
  13. She spoke to him quiet. He shouted not as loud as the rest of the group.

If that is not enough, can you  spot the difference between the two photos also. Tell Robert what differences you found in the next class.

The answer to this week’s riddle