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In this activity, learners use ABS pipe and an air leaf blower to make a strong shooting machine.
This lesson guide includes six simple and quick activities to help learners better understand Bernoulli's Principle.
In this quick and easy activity and/or demonstration, learners use two empty soda cans to illustrate Bernoulli's principle.
In this weather activity/demonstration, learners watch as a ping pong ball is suspended in a stream of air supplied by a hair dryer.
In this three-part activity, learners use paper to explore Bernoulli's Principle — fast-moving air has lower pressure than non-moving air.
This activity (located on page 3 of the PDF under GPS: Balloon Fiesta Activity) is a full inquiry investigation into Bernoulli’s principle and airplane wings.
In this quick activity (page 1 of PDF under SciGirls Activity: Kites), learners will witness firsthand the effects of Bernoulli’s Principle by capturing a ping pong ball in the stream of air created b
In this activity related to flight, learners build a tiny stream channel to investigate how fluids (air and water) change speed as they flow between and around objects.