In the second series of Experiments with Miss Jill, she continues experimenting with air but shows what happens when you add balloons into the mix!
Get ready to learn some science! The videos will air Wednesdays at noon on Facebook. You can also check them out on the library's YouTube channel: Upper Sandusky Community Library.
This week Miss Jill is creating a papercopter! All you need is a sheet of paper, scissors, and paperclips. Here's the template to get started.
AIR: PART 10
This week Miss Jill will show you how to make a wingless airplane. All you need a a sheet of cardstock paper, a straw, tape, and scissors.
AIR: PART 9
Miss Jill will show you a neat sound trick when you combine a balloon and a hex nut.
AIR: PART 8
This time you'll need scissors, a balloon, a bendy straw, and a rubber band.
AIR: PART 7
In this video, Miss Jill will show how you can move a pop can using a balloon and static electricity.
AIR: PART 6
In Part 6 of the Air Experiment series, you'll need a balloon, a permanent marker, and your head!
Check out the rest of the Air Experiment series below!
AIR: PART 1
In Part I of the Air Experiment series, Miss Jill will show how air is all around us and how it can effect everyday items. For this experiment, all you need is a paper towel, an index card, and a glass of water. Get ready to learn some science! The videos will air Wednesdays at noon on Facebook. You can also check them out on the library's YouTube channel: Upper Sandusky Community Library.
AIR: PART 2
For Air: Part 2 you will need a hair dryer, a ping pong ball, and a paper towel tube.
AIR: PART 3
AIR: PART 4
Make sure to tune in to Air: Part 4 at noon on Wednesday, June 10 on our Facebook page or YouTube channel. For that video, you will need a bottle of water, a container, Play-Doh or clay, two bendy straws, and food coloring.
AIR: PART 5