LANGUAGE: English GROUP: Any age TIME: Less than 30 Minutes LEVEL: Easy CLEANUP: Easy RECYCLING: Yes
Today I share with you three easy to follow experiments or tricks to do at home using balloons. They are simple and easy to follow, but do ask an adult for help. The first experiment used a skewer and we see that passing a skewer through a balloon does not necessarily mean it will pop. The second is using a vacuum cleaner to demonstrate the effects of hot air, and high pressure areas. The last uses a rubber balloon filled with water under a flame, we see that the balloon does not pop, but why?If you try this experiment please be careful and ask help from an adult, you may want to consider wearing safety googles and gloves.
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