Frequently Purchased Together
- Build structures with air
- Explore Bernoulli’s Principle and fill the 8-foot bag with one breath of air
- Make the ball defy gravity and create your own hot-air balloon
- 7+ amazing activities
All About Air™ Home Experiments
Air is a Force of Nature
Air is invisible, but you can feel it. In this kit, we will explore all the properties of air with seven amazing experiments.
Make a STEM Connection
Let’s work together to inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers. At Steve Spangler Science, STEM is not just an acronym or a checklist of required subjects. Our STEM products encourage young scientists to create new and exciting experiences that foster the skills of collaboration, communication, critical thinking and creativity.
Amaze Everyone With Just One Breath
How many breaths does it take to inflate an 8-foot Windbag™ balloon? 70 breaths, maybe? At that point, why even try? With a simple science secret, you can amaze your friends by blowing up your Windbag in a single breath. Windbags are so light and strong that even the smallest scientist can demonstrate the amazing properties of air.
Discover the Power of Air
Let’s take this Bernoulli’s Principle out for a spin and see what else you can do. All you need is the small funnel and ball found in your kit.
Build 3D Geometric Shapes By Joining Several Windbags Together
Hook two rubber bands together by laying them on top of each other and pulling them through each other in opposite directions. Use the rubber bands (not included) to arrange the tubes in various shapes. Make giant cubes, triangles, pyramids, or even giant balloon animals.
Activity Guide with 7 Experiments Included with Take it Further Activities
The Amazing Blow-Up
Windbag Rocket Launch
Building an Air Structure
Expanding Molecules Balloon
Tons-of-Fun Trash Bag Toss
Bernoulli Strikes Again
- 3 red Windbags™
- 3 blue Windbags™
- 3 green Windbags™
- 3 yellow Windbags™
- 20 rubber bands
- 3 non-latex yellow balloons
- 1 clear plastic funnel
- 1 ball (color may vary)
- Instruction cards
Recommended for ages 8 and older.
What Is Air Science?
People have used the power of air for centuries. Now, with the All About Air™ Science Kit from Steve Spangler Science, children in the classroom can harness that power, too. With this fun kit and its seven educational activities, young scientists can use air pressure and density to defy gravity and lift a heavy object or send a solar windbag soaring into the sky. Curious children will have fun with the colorful windbags as they follow the instructions in the activity guide or pursue their own ideas. The All About Air™ Science Kit from Steve Spangler is a great way to introduce young students to Bernoulli’s principle, which relates to fluid flow and pressure, so they can get a feel for how it works. Developing this scientific intuition will keep them interested in STEM subjects as they progress in school.