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In this health activity, learners explore breathing, lungs and asthma. Learners test their lung capacity by blowing air into balloons.
In this activity, learners test to see if carbon dioxide is present in the air we breathe in and out by using a detector made from red cabbage.
This is a chemistry lab activity about solutions (page 7 of the PDF). Learners see firsthand how chemicals in a solution can combine to form an entirely different substance.
In this activity, learners create slime to model mucus and examine how it collects simulated particles. Mucus keeps particles from the environment out of our lungs when we breathe.
Most of the time, we don't have to think about breathing. In fact, you're probably breathing right now without thinking about it!
In this activity, learners work in teams to construct human lung models from small plastic beverage bottles and balloons.
In this environmental health activity, learners investigate their own vital lung capacities.