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# LESSON ONE: THE MAGIC WORLD OF BUBBLES: EXPLORING BUBBLES AND GAS Rosemary Probert OUTCOMES: Old Board

of Studies syllabus: PPS1.4 Identifies and describes different ways some forms of energy are used in the community. - Proposes ways of how bubbles are formed e.g. our breath, gas - Develops ideas, plans and makes bubbles using materials provided Learning processes: INVS1.7 Conducts guided investigations by observing, questioning, predicting, collecting and recording data and suggesting possible explanations UTS1.9 Selects and uses a range of equipment, computer-based technology, materials and other resources to undertake an investigation or design task. New NSW syllabus for the Australian Curriculum: ST1-4WS Investigates questions and predictions by collecting and recording data, sharing and reflecting on their experiences and comparing what they and others know - Responding to and posing questions - Suggesting some types of activities that need to be undertaken during the processes of Working Scientifically - Comparing observations with those of others to identify similarities and differences in the findings of their investigations - Identifying the purpose of the investigation LINKS TO OTHER KLAs: English: TS1.1 Communicates with an increasing range of people for a variety of purposes on both familiar and introduced topics in spontaneous and structured classroom activities. RS1.6 Draws on an increasing range of skills and strategies when reading and comprehending texts Mathematics: MS1.3 Estimates, measures, compares and records volumes and capacities using informal units. RESOURCES: PRIOR SCIENCE KNOWLEDGE: Smartboard This lesson is an introductory lesson, Computer with the app mindnode therefore, the students have not learnt 1 cup distilled water about bubbles and gas previously. In 2 tablespoons dishwashing soap Kindergarten, they learnt about energy 1 tablespoon Glycerin under the outcome: PP S1.4 Gloves Identifies and describes different ways Bubble wand some forms of energy are used in the Plastic cup for water community. Tablespoons Measuring cup KSK: The reason a glycerin bubble is harder to pop compared to a normal bubble is because their enemy is oil and dirt. Oil and dirt is found on just about anything! By using glycerin, a super bubbles is formed and will bounce off a surface that