Air is all around us but usually moves so slowly that we don't notice it. To get air to move quickly, we need to make it move!
Something spinning in the air is one way we can tell that air is moving quickly. Can paper spin or flip in the air?
In this activity, students use blasts of air to make their paper figures fly as high as they can.
This activity is a part of The Air Up There, a unit made for Science World's Big Science for Little Hands program. They were developed and tested with Preschool and Kindergarten educators.
The Air Up There printable guide.