Find out how and why air exerts pressure.
Learn all about molecules in air with this fun (and noisy) science experiment and lesson plan.
Make a coin "talk" while learning all about air pressure.
Crush a bottle without even touching it and learn about air pressure at the same time!
Can you trick your friends with this straw that doesn't work? It's part magic, part science and lots about air pressure.
Air is soft and light, so how can it be strong and be used to lift things? Try this air lift experiment to find out.
Your students will love this experiment where they get to build and play with their very own hovercraft. They'll learn how the air cushion reduces friction and allows the hovercraft to move.
Learn about air pressure in this simple experiment.
Can you blow up a balloon without touching it or blowing into it? Find out how in this experiment about how temperature affects air.
More like a magic trick than a science experiment, Balloon in a bottle is a great way to fool your friends. Learn how to blow up a balloon in a bottle, AND keep it inflated without closing the mouth of the balloon! People will be amazed at what your secret knowledge of air pressure will let you do.
Can you hold a cup full of water upside down without spilling a drop? With the help of some amazing air pressure, we're going to show you how!
Blow on a piece of paper and make it move - even when there's a bottle in the way!
This experiment allows students to investigate some basic aspects of aerodynamics.
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