Reflection: Student Ownership Bubble Blast - Section 2: Engage

 

 

Bubble Blast

The “Do Now Work” permitted students to observe the properties of the balloon. In blowing up the balloons, the students had a better understanding that air takes up space. You cannot see air but you know that air was used to blow up the balloon. This helped students to conclude that air takes up space and has weight, but it does not have a shape of its own.  

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Bubble Blast

Unit 9: Learning About Matter
Lesson 8 of 9

Objective: SWBAT explore how a gas can fill a liquid.

Big Idea: Blowing bubbles can be fun for students. In this lesson, students learn how the three forms of matter are used to create bubbles.

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