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  • 1. Standard Indicator 4.3.2 Begin to investigate and explain that air is a substance that surrounds us, takes up space, and whose movements we feel as wind.
  • 2. Air is Everywhere
    • Materials:
    • Paper
    • Pencils
    • Balloons
    • Puzzling Air Questions
    • Science Journal
  • 3. Pre-Activity Discussion
    • Where is air?
    • Is there air touching you right now?
    • What keeps a kite up in the sky?
    • When air moves outside, what do we call it?
  • 4. Definition
    • Air is a substance that surrounds us, takes up space, and whose movement we feel as wind .
  • 5. Air Movement
    • Take out a scrap piece of paper.
    • “How can you use air to move your paper from one side of your desk to the other?”
    • Test your ideas.
    • Did the air move? How?
    • Is air all around us?
  • 6. Air takes up Space
    • Look at a deflated balloon.
    • “Do you know a way to make this balloon bigger?”
  • 7. Air takes up Space
    • There are several ways to make a balloon bigger, but try only using air.
    • Stretch out the balloon and blow air into it.
    • As you blow up the balloon, does the balloon get bigger?
    • What is taking up space inside the balloon?
    • Compare the deflated balloon with the inflated balloon.
  • 8. Puzzling Air Questions
    • Copy each of the following statements on separate pieces of paper:
    • Air surrounds us.
    • Air takes up space.
    • We feel air’s movements as wind.