Air Pressure, Printable Activity Guide



Click to enlarge.  If I did this correctly, and you want to print it out, it should print out so that each rectangle is the size of a 3X5 index card- you could print them, paste them to index cards, or print directly to index cards if you have the know-how for that.

Other fun stuff to do:

Air pressure– a colorful PDF with some activities that will help your kids (and you!) understand air pressure by seeing it in action.

Arvind Gupta’s toys from trash, most of them demonstrate some science principle in action.

You can use what you know about air pressure to stab a hole in a potato with a straw.

Do you use Vacuum Storage Bags or something like them to save space? Try and explain how they work using what you know about air pressure.

More in this series at The Common Room Blog

Air Pressure, and Charlotte Mason Science in the early years

Air Pressure: Vacuums and Straws

Air Pressure, suction cups, juice cans, and water glasses upside down

Air pressure: eye droppers, canning jars, sea of air, more

syringes, squirt guns, turkey basters

Show that an empty bottle is not truly empty


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