15 pack of clear tubes to launch your film canister rockets further and better than ever! Learn about projections and the direction of travel.
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The classic acid-base reaction resulting in the addictive POP of a film canister launch while exploring air pressure and Newton’s first law of motion.
Film Cansiter Explosions Experiment Experiment Fill the film canister approximately 1/4 full with water. Add a Flat Fizzer to the canister, then place the cap on and flip the canister over. Do this as quickly and as snugly as you can. No need to rush but don’t take your time, either. Shake the canister once, […]
Film canisters have long been a staple on the science teacher’s list of must have items. I can remember visiting the store where we had our film processed and picking up a grocery bag filled with the containers. All of that changed, however, when the world went digital, and our supply of film canisters dried […]
What happens when you have a build-up of gas? Please don’t answer that question! The gas in question is carbon dioxide and the explosion is nothing short of fun. This experiment uses film canisters and Alka-Seltzer to create a rocket. Warning: It’s impossible to do this activity just once. It is addicting and habit-forming. Proceed […]
Traditional glasses for all your experiments. Safety as comfortable as it is protective. Colors may vary. Perfect for any science lab!
What does 3,000 Alka-Seltzer Tablets, 3,000 film canisters and Steve Spangler have in common with the Ellen DeGeneres Show? Steve demonstrated the explosive power of carbon dioxide when thousands of film canisters rained down on the Ellen set Wednesday. Cameras were covered, Ellen dressed in a rain coat, safety goggles and a hard hat and […]
Today, the fourth graders at Wilder Elementary got the strangest homework assignment… Go home and build a rocket! Earlier in the week, the students gather together and watched the movie October Sky, based on Homer Hickam’s novel, Rocket Boys. I was invited to visit each of the 4th grade classes to share some of the […]
Just stick your head above the crowd and someone will shoot at it. One Colorado elementary teacher is getting hit in the head with flying film canisters powered by water and Alka-Seltzer… and the kids are being praised. Colorado Association of Science Teachers selected Shannon Koppenfafer as the Science Teacher of the Year for the […]