42 Cause and Effect Science Experiments that Explore the Properties of Air

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The Properties of Air
Air exists all around us. It occupies space. It has weight. It exerts pressure and it rises as a result of its expansion when heated. See a transformation in your students as their interest is piqued with this engaging resource! Scientific Discrepant Events is a full teacher resource that works to educate students using the principle of cause and effect to explore the properties of air in a way that hooks them from the moment the lesson begins.

What is a "discrepant event"?
A scientific discrepant event is the result of an experiment that goes against what students expect to happen and thus provides an open-ended question to stimulate student thought. Discrepant events are an invitation to science inquiry, allowing students to view themselves as scientists in the process of learning. Students are immediately intrigued by what they have seen and become active, engaged participants.


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This pack consists of 42 lesson plans (science experiments), complete with diagrams. Each lesson details the materials needed, the sequential steps in the procedure, an explanation as to what is happening and questions that can be asked to students regarding what they've witnessed. Lessons are numbered for easy reference and presented in a clean, easy-to-read layout.

While the cover is in full-colour, the internal pages are designed to print beautiful in colour or in black and white.

This pack includes all of these lesson plans:
Air Occupying Space
- The Air Catcher
- The Bottle and the Bag
- Pouring Air Under Water
- Keeping Paper Dry Under Water
- The Empty Box Candle Snuffer
- The Refusing Funnel

Air Exerting Pressure
- The Inverted Glass of Water
- The Straw Drinking Race
- The Upwards Falling Test Tube
- The Mysterious Rising Water (Parts I and II)
- The Collapsing Can
- The Balloon in the Flask
- Fountain in a Flask
- The Sticking Cup of Water
- The Bionic Finger (Parts I and II)
- Stop the Leak
- The Perpetual Fountain
- Transfer Water With a Straw
- The Watertight Cloth
- The Cups and the Balloon
- Inflating a Balloon by Sucking
- The Heavy Newspaper

Air Expansion by Heat
- The Magic Beaker
- The Egg and the Milk Bottle
- Two Bottles in Love
- The Inverted Paper Bag Balance
- Squeeze the Glass Bottle
- The Paper Merry-Go-Round
- The Dancing Penny
- The Live Balloon
- What Causes the Water to Rise (Parts I and II)

Air Containing Oxygen
- The Candle Under the Jar
- The Water-Attracting Steel Wool

Air Has Weight
- The Balancing Balloons
- The Ball that Gains Weight

Technological Application
- The Plastic Bag Air Lift

Air Compressibility/Density of Material
- The Obedient Diver

Transferability of Pressure
- Turn a Little Water Into a Lot of Lemonade

Aerodynamics
- Making an Air Ring Shooter


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