As an educator in a Title I school, a large number of families are considered low income. There is approximately 87% students who receive free or reduced-price lunch. There is also a large number of families and a few students who are only able to speak Spanish. Due to students not being fluent in English, 33% of the students are considered English Language Learners and may receive ESOL services/accommodations. About 36% of students from 3rd-5th grade are reading on grade level.
My students come to school every day excited to learn!
They have a lot of drive and are extremely passionate about their learning. My students love being hands on and completing STEM projects/activities. They would love to attend a STEM field trip to Sparkles to learn all about force and motion! Fourth grade is a great time to get the students thinking about their future and begin experiencing various careers in different fields such as engineering.
A field trip to Sparkles would be an amazing experience for my students to be hands on and creative! The will be able to complete STEM activities to learn about force and motion. They will also be able to create their own roller skate using what they learn.
They will be able to roller skate and learn the function each part!
Students will also learn how friction affects force and motion. They will get to roller skate on different surfaces to try it out for themselves! However, the best part is they will get to take a roller skate a part!!
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