Creating Model Working Lungs: Just Breathe - Activity
Students explore the inhalation/exhalation process that occurs in the lungs during respiration. Using everyday materials, each student team creates a model pair of lungs.
Flying Tea Bag Ghosts - Playdough To Plato
Kids’ science doesn’t get much cooler than these fun flying tea bag ghosts. Kids will love learning about convection and air pressure so much that they’ll be running to the panty for every last tea bag. And, since this kids’ science activity is oh-so-simple to set up, you won’t mind repeating it over and over […]
Can you keep a piece of paper dry if submerged in water? The power of air can! Crumple a piece of paper into a ball, wedge it tight inside of a cup, turn the cup upside down, and submerge it straight down into a pool of water. Lift the cup straight up, the paper remains dry! This is a great experiment to teach kids about air pressure and also when introducing gas as one of the states of matter. Even though we can't see air, it's there!
Air Pressure Experiments for Kids - 2 Easy Hands-On Science Activities
These two air pressure experiments for kids are easy hands-on air pressure activities: car ziploc bag and water bottle air pressure experiment