# Ultimate Air Pressure Bundle - 5 downloads +FREE product! | Science Demos & FUN!

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Each download includes a materials list, step-by-step directions, color photos, and an explanation of the air pressure concept at work.

Air Pressure I - Can Crusher
Air Pressure I from Brain Brigade is the first in a series of simple, cheap, and impressive experiments for your classroom.

Can Crusher: An Experiment on Air Pressure - Does Air Exert Pressure? Walks you step-by-step through one simple and impressive experiment for your classroom. All you need are a few inexpensive supplies. Your students will beg you to do this over an over! It's an easy way to demonstrate air pressure to your students.

Air Pressure II - Air Pressure Prank (a classroom experiment!)
Air Pressure II walks you step-by-step through one simple and impressive experiment for your classroom. All you need are a few inexpensive supplies and the included "Do Not Open" signage. Put your class clown in the hot seat while he or she demonstrates this simple air pressure principle. Your students will beg you to do this over and over!

Air Pressure III - Fun Classroom Maker Projects
Air Pressure III from Brain Brigade is a hilarious and easy way to demonstrate air pressure in your classroom. Your kids will be rolling on the floor with laughter and begging you to do this over an over!

Air Pressure IV The BIG Can Crush Demonstration of Area, Volument & PSI
My former administrator has a saying that I try to implement as often as I can. “Think Big. Now, Think Bigger”. With that in mind, I have tweaked this impressive, old experiment and implemented connections to math for use in your science/math classroom. You will explore area, volume, air pressure, and surface area in this air pressure demonstration.

Bernoulli's Principle Classroom Air Pressure Demonstrations and Experiments
Engage your students with these three simple demonstrations of Bernoulli's Principle. Your students may not be able to see air, but they will begin to understand the effect that air has on airplanes flying!

Make Balsa Wood Airplanes Tutorial for Your Classroom
Create your own Balsa Wood Airplanes using this simple 8-step tutorial. Students from second to eighth grade will enjoy creating a masterpiece while also modifying their planes to fly farther or even loop! You and your students will have fun while also watching basic principles of flight in action!

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