Friday, December 14, 2012

Air Pressure Giveaway and Blog Hop!

Today, I want to take a closer look at air pressure!

Below, you'll find several amazing air pressure demonstrations (and some explanations)  - many of which you can repeat in your classroom!

You'll also find a related product from my TpT store - the Air Pressure Lab Pack. This product includes four experiments students can complete - and one comment on this post will win it FREE! (Comments/giveaway close at the end of the day on Sunday, 12/16/12).
Be sure to stop by on Monday to see if you've won!

Also, we're running a blog hop! Check out the links at the bottom of the post to follow the hop!

Enjoy!



Air Pressure is STRONG!
Wish you could do this in your classroom?
Well, you can! (Sort of).
See the next video!



The Amazing Smooshing Can!
I usually use this demo to introduce air pressure.
As students learn, they are able to explain what happens!



Another great air pressure demo for the classroom!
Low air pressure created by the burning oxygen leaves relatively high pressure outside.
This high pressure pushes the liquid into the cup!



Some engaging labs for students from my TpT store!
One lucky commentor on this post will receive a FREE copy of this lab pack!
Be sure to stop by on Monday to see if you've won,
leave your email in your post,
or send it to me at ScienceTeacherResources@ymail.com.
I promise no spam - I'll just need to contact you if you win!


Another great demo!
(and some more detail on how air pressure works)

 
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15 comments:

  1. I really enjoyed the video of the crushing pop can! We aren't studying air pressure this year, but maybe I can find a way to work it into a fun day...

    http://mrsodonnellsroom.blogspot.com/

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    1. Thanks Mrs. O'Donnell - I'll be sure to check out your blog.

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  2. Your pack looks like a lot of fun! I would love to win it.

    maestra.kirra (at)gmail.com

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  3. I love the pop can demo. I also use it when I teach wind to help students remember that air goes from high to low pressure.

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  4. Love the videos! Just forwarded them over to our science team leader!

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  5. I bought this and used in my class a couple of weeks ago! Thanks so much for your wonderful ideas!

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    1. Thank you! I appreciate you visiting the store and blog! I'm glad you like it.

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  6. Congratulations to Danielle Parker! You've won the Science Teacher Resources Air Pressure Lab Pack!
    Danielle, please email me at ScienceTeacherResources@ymail.com to let me know to which email address you'd like the Lab Pack sent.

    Thanks to everyone who stopped by to those of you who commented on the post!

    -Jeff

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  7. I found you through the TpT forum!!!!! Yeah!!!!! Now following you!!!!! Stephanie

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