Air | Showing How the Air occupies spaces



Welcome to class!

Hello, young thinkers! Today, we’re going to venture into the captivating world of air and discover its hidden secret – how it takes up space all around us. Get ready to be amazed by the magic of air!

Air | Showing the air occupies spaces

Air | Showing the air occupies spaces

Alright, my curious friends, today we’re going to unveil a mind-boggling mystery. Have you ever wondered why balloons fill up when you blow air into them? Or why can you feel the wind on your face? The answer lies in the hidden magic of how air occupies spaces.

How Air is Taking Up Space

Air Taking Up Space - Let's Experiment

Imagine you have a big, invisible box. Now, let’s pretend that this box is filled with air – just like the air you’re surrounded by right now. When you stretch your arms out, you’re actually pushing the air away to make space for yourself!

Interactive Exploration

Let’s try something fun! Find an empty bottle, like a plastic one. Carefully drop a small piece of paper into the bottle. What do you think will happen if you turn the bottle upside down? Give it a try and watch the paper dance – it’s like a secret handshake with air!

Importance of Air Taking Up Space

Importance of Air Taking Up Space
Portrait of sexy girl blowing a balloon


Balloon Magic: Ever blown up a balloon? When you do, you’re filling it with air, and the air takes up space inside the balloon. That’s why it gets bigger and rounder!

Wind’s Whispers

When you feel the wind on your face, it’s like air giving you a high-five. Wind is simply air moving around, and when it brushes against you, it’s showing you that it’s taking up space.


Today, we unveiled the hidden magic of air – how it fills up space all around us, making everyday things possible.


Get ready for an experimental adventure! Find a plastic bag or a balloon. Blow air into it and tie it up. Now, place the bag or balloon near an open window. What do you notice happening? It’s like a real-life science show!

Evaluation and Questions

Here’s a puzzler: When you push your hand into a bucket of water, what happens? And why does a balloon get bigger when you blow air into it? Your answers are soaring like a kite in the wind!

We have come to the end of today’s class. I hope you enjoyed the class!

In the next class we shall be discussing Meaning and Sources of Water.

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