POWER OF AIR STEM SCIENCE KIT
Air Science Experiments: There’s More to the Air Around Us
Air may be invisible, but everyone is familiar with the power of moving air, as its effects can be easily seen and felt. With the Power of Air Science Kit, harness the power of moving air with six unique air science experiments. You can use air to inflate a balloon or make it impossible to inflate a balloon — it’s all in the science of air. You’ll discover how to use differences in air pressure to help you build an air-filled sculpture and lift a heavy object. The lifting power of hot air will be in your hands as you launch a solar bag skyward. With these air science experiments, you will be amazed by what air can do.
Power of Air STEM Science Kit
Build an air-filled sculpture, use air to lift a heavy object, create a tornado tube and race soda bottles with the Power of Air STEM Science Kit, designed to teach children about the miracles of air. With six unique air science experiments, children will have a gas learning about this state of matter. Every Power of Air STEM Science Kit includes everything children need to get started, including step-by-step instructions, a colorful activity guide, questions for further learning and extra activities to take air science experiments to the next level. This STEM kit makes science approachable and fun for any young scientist.
Air is a fundamental part of our daily lives, and children will see it in a new way with this STEM science kit that’s dedicated to showing them its properties and power. As a parent or teacher, you can create an instructional lesson that will better prepare children for future science classes. You can even use the air science experiments included as starting points for larger science fair projects. Take home the winning prize by creating an informational air pressure science project that demonstrates just what air can do. With activities and challenges for up to four children, it also makes for a fantastic group activity – children can collaborate to solve challenges and learn together.
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