Make carbon dioxide gas and test how much is in the air.
Did you know oxygen causes things to rust? Well… sort of. Observe this rusting chemical reaction to see how oxygen gets used up.
Heat and cool a bottle of air to see how gases are affected by the movement of heat.
Which do you think will evaporate faster — hot water or cold water?
See if you can change cool water vapor into liquid water.
How does frost form? Learn by making your own frost.
Does air take up space? Use this activity to find out.
Create gas pressure and learn how it is used.
What happens when air is heated? Find out in this activity.
Place colored candies in water to model how particles move in air.
Make a paper rocket and propel it with a burst of air.
Build parachutes from household objects.