All About Air Products: Steve Spangler Science

There’s a reason why air experiments are so popular at science fairs. Air gives us an exciting jumping off point for experiments that encompass all kinds of different scientific studies — from physical science and chemistry to weather and physics. There are just so many possibilities when it comes to air products, air experiments and labs — and so many opportunities to see how the scientific world affects our everyday life.

Air Experiments and Products for Kids

In our All About Air Products for kids, you’ll find a fantastic collection of air-themed experiments that will get your kids’ and/or students’ imaginative juices flowing. Each air product and experiment provide children with hands-on, kid-friendly experiments that directly showcase principles of air. Learn more about air pressure with our Balloon Powered Helicopter, see how solar energy affects an object with our Solar Bag or experience Boyle’s Law firsthand with our Potato Launcher. Make your own clouds and learn about atmospheric changes in pressure on a radically smaller scale with our Cloud in a Bottle. Each hands-on experiment on this page takes air to the next level, providing memorable visuals and lessons that will stay with kids long after the experiment has ended.

Steve Spangler Science: 25 Years of the ‘Wow’ Factor

With over 350 products, Steve Spangler Science is on a mission to inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers. For more than 25 years, Steve Spangler Science has made learning about and experiencing science fun, making it accessible to kids from all walks of life. With each product, we aim to create memories and to incite “ooohs” and “ahhhs” by providing hands-on resources, toys and challenges that keep them asking questions and seeking answers. With our traveling science show and our YouTube platform, we’ve created some really unforgettable learning experiences that have that Steve Spangler Science “wow” factor! Don’t miss our other Steve Spangler Science kits, lab supplies, science fair ideas and more.

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