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The following resource is an amazing BUNDLE! Included in this Science BUNDLE you will find both the "Forces of Flight Experiment Package" and the "Properties of Air Experiment Package".
See below for an overview of what's included with this download.
Both packages are also individually sold in my store and FREE Previews are provided with each of these resources. Click on them to get an idea of what you will find.
*****Forces of Flight Experiment Package
This package includes:
- A Forces of Flight Powerpoint discussing the theory behind lift, drag, thrust, gravity and Bernoulli`s Principle
- 5 Hands-On Student Experiment Centres. One for each of the four forces of flight and one teaching us about Bernoulli`s Principle.
- Each centre comes with instructions, guidelines for completion, and a handout designed to consolidate student learning and gauge their level of understanding.
- A Forces of Flight Powerpoint that reviews each experiment and discusses the expected results and reasons for them.
- A Forces of Flight Wrap-up Powerpoint presentation including a consolidation question game that students can compete with in teams of two.
- The centres can usually be completed over a few hours as the students work in small-groups (typically 30 min. each centre)
*****Properties of Air Experiment Package
This package includes a Slide Show. Within this file you will find:
- 5 Hands-On Student Experiment Centres. Each one teaches us about one of the properties of Air (e.g., air has mass, air exerts pressure, air takes up space etc.). Each centre comes with instructions, guidelines for completion, and a posted template for students to follow (it can be found on the slide show) . This template is designed to have students make predictions, record experimental results and explain the theory associated with this topic.
- Properties of Air Powerpoint slides that review each experiment and discusses the expected results and reasons for them.
The centres can usually be completed over a few hours as the students work in small-groups (typically 30 min. each centre)