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An IB CAS group, the pH-7 Project, offered an after-school ‘Little Einsteins’ workshop fundraiser on March 21 for students in Grades 1 to 5. The workshop taught elementary school students about basic hygiene and COVID awareness. Activities included teaching students how to make their own hand sanitizers with simple ingredients and decorate their own 45-ml bottles with stickers and markers to take home.
In appreciation of the elementary school students who signed up for the fundraiser workshop, the ph-7 Project group shared a thank you letter to their parents:
Dear ES Parents,
Thank you very much for signing up for our Little Einsteins event. From our session, the children learned about the concept of viruses and germs; ways to protect themselves from pathogens; and the function and usage of various lab apparatus such as beakers and graduated cylinders. They also made their own hand sanitizers by measuring and mixing simple chemicals such as alcohol, distilled water, hydrogen peroxide, and glycerin. We would like to thank the children for their bright enthusiasm and active participation throughout the session. It was a great pleasure, and we had an amazing time with them!
All the proceeds we made from this event will be used to purchase hygienic products that will later be donated to the girls in the Good Shepherd’s Orphanage. If you would like to follow up with further updates from us, please feel free to check out our Instagram page, @ph7project, where we will post information about further activities and our service trips.
We’ve included some photos we took during the event below, so please feel free to check them out. Again, thank you for supporting a good cause and we hope you have a great day.
pH-7 CAS Project Group