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Science & Nature
Cool Science Tricks with Balloons!
Students will learn the science concepts behind blowing up a balloon in a bottle, making objects MAGICALLY move with a balloon and piercing a balloon without making it POP! Students will have fun while they learn, explore and experiment!
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Science with balloons is a great way for students to learn science concepts while having fun with a simple household item! We will explore protons, electrons and static electricity while causing the balloon to magically move objects! We will discuss how air takes up space and learn a fun way to demonstrate that to your friends. In class, students will learn the important science concepts behind 4 balloon tricks! Students will participate with the teacher and share their experiences with...
*Students will learn the difference between a positive proton and a negative electron when experimenting with static electrical charges.
For this one time course there is no assigned homework.
*10- 8 inch balloons *1- 2 liter bottle *1- 2 liter bottle with a 1/4 hole in the bottom (using a 1/4 bit to drill the hole) *1- empty can of soda *12 inch pointed wooden screwer (typically used for grilling/cooking) *1 tablespoon of oil (can be any type of oil from the kitchen) *A piece of fur or fuzzy cloth (to create static....your hair will also work) *1- thin plastic bag (old grocery bag) *Scissors
25 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Cristi Simmons Science Teacher / Food Network Cake Artist
15 total reviews
16 completed classes
I have been a 7th grade science teacher for 19 years! I have a Bachelors Degree in Science and two Masters degree's in Middle School Eduction. I love to watch students explore, learn and experience the world of science! I will be teaching...