Water Balloon Science Experiment
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Credit :Berkeley Chem Demos
Kids love playing with water, which makes learning from water experiments so interesting and exciting. How can we make it even more fun?
This Hot Air, Cold Air Science Activity is a great experiment to watch the effects of hot air and cold air on a balloon. This activity is a great opportunity for kids to talk about what they can see and why it is happening. Kids will absolutely love this activity and will see, first hand, what effects hot and cold air has on a balloon.
When the bottle is placed into the pan with the hot water, the heat from the water caused the air inside the bottle to also heat up. As the air in the bottle heated up the air molecules began to move faster and take up more space. The air from the bottle them moved into the balloon and caused it to inflate.
When the bottle is removed from the hot water, the balloon stays inflated. This is because the air molecules in the bottle are still hot. If you leave the bottle out of the water for awhile it will eventually cool down and the balloon will deflate.
When the bottle is placed into the pan with the ice cold water, the cold water caused the air inside the bottle to cool down. As the air molecules cool down they began to move slower and take up less space. The air then moved out of the balloon and back into the bottle and caused the balloon to deflate.
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