- Lose the Blues with CO2!
Make carbon dioxide gas and test how much is in the air.
- Oxygen – the 21% Solution
Did you know oxygen causes things to rust? Well… sort of. Observe this rusting chemical reaction to see how oxygen gets used up.
- Heat – Energy Extraordinaire
Heat and cool a bottle of air to see how gases are affected by the movement of heat.
- Warm it up!
Which do you think will evaporate faster — hot water or cold water?
- A Condensation Sensation
See if you can change cool water vapor into liquid water.
- Frosty the Snowcan
How does frost form? Learn by making your own frost.
- Air – It’s Really There!
Does air take up space? Use this activity to find out.
- Gas Pressure – It’s in the Bag!
Create gas pressure and learn how it is used.
- Full of Hot Air!
What happens when air is heated? Find out in this activity.
- Colorful Candy Clouds
Place colored candies in water to model how particles move in air.
- Avogadro's Air Rockets
Make a paper rocket and propel it with a burst of air.
- Seeing Is Believing
Build parachutes from household objects.