The dual-language immersion model is based in a low-income community. This program offers students a rigorous academic program where they receive 50% English and 50% Spanish instruction and are expected to become biliterate--to read, write and speak with the same high level of proficiency in both Spanish and English.
This model is based on equal respect for different languages as well as for the cultures of which those languages are a part.
Many students rely on the resources of the school to provide them comfort during the day.
What better way to have children get hands on with engineering than with bubbles! Children will explore how bubbles behave with different types of materials that are provided in the Bubble Bonanza kit. The materials are available to explore and they will be making a bubble wand to investigate bubble behavior.
Investigating the bubble properties will be a fascinating way to explore bubble behavior and start the conversation of how engineers use different materials to explore.
Students will make different bubble wands in teams and use them in their end of the unit presentation to showcase their creations and engineering.
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