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  1.   Huff and Puff and Blow It Up
After the students have studied Air Pressure and Weather Unit Kits or teacher designed lessons and activities, my students really enjoyed Huff and Puff and Blow It Up.  Students were asked if they could blow up a balloon in a bottle. Everyone immediently said it was easy. As we all know, it isn't due to the air pressure being exerted on the balloon from air trapped inside the bottle.

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    Grade Level: K-5

Additional Lessons 1 - 10 of 1000 for Air Pressure
  1.   Air Pressure is Powerful
Air Pressure is Powerful Grade Level: 3rd, 4th, and 5th Objectives: The student will: read and learn the meanings of unfamiliar words using knowledge of root words and prefixes work with a small group of classmates to make a meteorological tool use effective communication skills in group activities present a brief oral repo...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  2.   Air Pressure
AIR PRESSURE Allen, George Austin Community Academy Objective The purpose of these demonstrations is to aid the student in learning basic principles of air pressure. Apparatus Needed Balloon Glass Jar Water Soap Pencil Balloon In Jar Inflate the balloon so that it is slightly larger than the mouth of the jar. Try to force t...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  3.   Air and Air Pressure
Air and Air Pressure Mildred L.Butler Douglass Math and Science Academy 543 N. Waller Chicago IL 60644 (312) 534-6176 Objectives: To find air. To observe that air takes up space. To observe that air has weight. To observe that air exerts pressure. Materials Needed: 2 - 5 gallon clear aquariums Equipment per group: water 4-s...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  4.   Air Pressure/Wind
Air Pressure/Wind Extensions daily activity Show students how you made a barometer. Later students will make their own barometers for this activity (see lesson plan for "My Very Own Barometer"). Create another helper's job to be the daily barometer reader. Make sure the students understand what it measures and what it is us...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  5.   Air Pressure
www.canteach.ca Resources Links Discuss Submit About Home > Elementary Resources > Science > Physical Science Air Pressure Suggested 2+ Grades Objective Students will get a better understanding of air pressure by seeing it at work. Materials jars 2 rubber bands for each jar string strong plastic bags Method Ask the students to fill their bags with air by blowing them up or by pulling them through the air. Tie the air-filled bags, u...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  6.   Air Pressure
Air Pressure Grade Level: Grade 4 Image of child at desk. Estimated Time for Completing Activity: 1 class period Learning Outcomes: The student will observe an experiment demonstrating air pressure and explain the meaning of air pressure in their own words. National Standards: Earth and Space Science - Standard D - Item 1:...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  7.   Oxygen vs. Air Pressure
Oxygen vs. Air Pressure Grade Level: Grade 8-9 Image of child at desk. Estimated Time for Completing Activity: 40 - 50 minutes Learning Outcomes: To determine if water level is effected by a change in oxygen level or air pressure and draw appropriate conclusions. National Standards: 8th and 9th grade Earth Science. Science: ES 1, 12;...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  8.   Air Pressure is Powerful
Air Pressure is Powerful Grade Level: Grade 3-5 Image of child at desk. Estimated Time for Completing Activity: 45-60 minutes Learning Outcomes: The student will: read and learn the meanings of unfamiliar words using knowledge of root words and prefixes work with a small group of classmates to make a meteorological tool use...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  9.   Experiment: Faster Air = Lower Air Pressure 2
...eader Bar Graphic Shuttle Image and IconAerospace HeaderBoy Image Spacer TabHomepage ButtonWhat is NASA Quest Button SpacerCalendar of Events ButtonWhat is an Main WFO Banner Event ButtonHow do I Participate Button SpacerBios and Journals ButtonSpacerPics, Flicks and Facts Button Experiment: Faster Air = Lower Air Pressure 2 Archived Events ButtonQ and A ButtonNews Button SpacerEducators and Parents ButtonSpacer Highlight Graphic Procedure Card Sitemap ButtonSearch ButtonContact Button Materials two ping-pong balls tape thread soda straw hanging apparatus (table, overhang on a counter) ruler Experiment Set Up Cut two...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  10.   Air Pressure
Air Pressure Grade Level: Grade 4 Objectives: The student will observe an experiment demonstrating air pressure and explain the meaning of air pressure in their own words. Estimated Time for Completing Activity: 1 class period Virginia SOLs: 4.6 - The student will investigate and understand how weather conditions and phenom...
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    Grade Level: 3-5


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