These kids science activities use inexpensive and recycled materials for a fun science activity about water pressure. In these activities kids will see how far water under pressure will shoot out of small holes in the side of a pop bottle.
Water pressure increases as you go down in depth. That is why the water pressure at the greatest distance. As the water pressure decreases the water jets decrease in length until they stop flowing.
Towns with water towers
use this same principal to move water from the tower to homes and
businesses all around the town. The tanks are built to keep an entire days worth of water in the tank in case of an emergency.
Dinosaur Activity, Did Dinosaurs Walk on Two Legs or Four Legs? In this fun dinosaur activity you will learn how scientists use a dinosaur's center of gravity to determine if it walked on two legs or four legs.
Free Science Activities, Spinning Colors Twirl a circle and watch the colors blend right before your eyes in this eye-catching activities.
Fun Science Activities, Leaf Placemats Create your own one of a kind leaf placemats in this fun and easy activities.
Earthquake Activities, Earthquake Fault Blocks Create your own fault blocks that demonstrates how tsunamis occur during great earthquakes in the ocean!
Kids Science Activities, Sedimentary Sandwiches Lots of fun, easy and exciting science activities for all agesKids Fun Science
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