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Download Huff and Puff Water Bottle Experiment Guide Here!My science helper Brenna and I have a science challenge for you.
The goal is to get a watted up of paper inside of an empty bottle.
Wait a minute. Is our water bottle really empty?
So what?s in the inside?
You?re exactly right. Air is matter and matter is anything that takes up space and has mass.
Okay, let?s set up everything.
Take your water bottle which is fill full of air. And place that paper at the opening of the water bottle.
What I want you to do is to blow air from your mouth into that water bottle. See if you can get that up piece of paper inside. Go!
Comes right out!
Right toward your face.
Here?s the science behind the experiment.
Air takes up space and has mass.
While the water bottle is empty, it is actually filled with air.
The air from your mouth hits the air inside the bottle, bounces off, and pushes the paper out of the bottle instead of inside of the bottle.
You can do science with just about anything.
Pieces of paper and an empty water bottle.
For hooked on science, I?m James Lindsey.
Can you blow a crumpled piece of paper into an empty water bottle? Jason Lindsey aka “Mr. Science” with Hooked on Science and a kid scientist say it isn’t as easy as you may think.