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Bubble Festival

FWCS pre-K learn about the science of bubbles at Study Elementary School.

Hands on and blowing up at the Bubble Festival

Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette
Study Elementary prekindergartner Noah Newsome blows a gigantic bubble during the Bubble Festival at the school Thursday. Students from Fort Wayne Community Schools pre-K traveled to Study Elementary to learn about matter, energy, stability, patterns and the structure of bubbles.

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