Hannah Lawless
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floating ping pong ball: point a hair dryer straight up and place a ball above the dryer. the airflow from the hair dryer pushes the ping pong ball upwards until its upward force equals the force of gravity pushing down on it. when it reaches this point it gently bounces around, floating where the upward and downward forces are equal

floating ping pong ball: point a hair dryer straight up and place a ball above the dryer. the airflow from the hair dryer pushes the ping pong ball upwards until its upward force equals the force of gravity pushing down on it. when it reaches this point it gently bounces around, floating where the upward and downward forces are equal

These are simple to do and easy to follow science projects which will teach kids about various natural phenomena and scientific concepts and terms.

These are simple to do and easy to follow science projects which will teach kids about various natural phenomena and scientific concepts and terms.