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Hot Air Balloon Lab
Transcript of Hot Air Balloon Lab
Hot Air Balloon Lab
Our question was: How far and how high can our hot air balloons travel?
Our materials that we used were: Graph paper (for scale model), glue stick, ruler (in meters), tissue paper, hair dryer (for hot air)
-How far our balloons travel
-How we make it
-If there's any holes/tears.
1) Create scale model of hot air balloon(1/8 of the actual balloon)
2) Measure sides of the balloon(80 cm, 20 cm, 50 cm,and 75 cm)
3) Cut out the sides
4) Glue the sides of the balloon together
5) Make sure there is no holes or tears
6) Fly balloons.
By: Matt, Shanleigh, and Olivia
-Measurements of the balloon
We think that our hot air balloons will travel about 20 feet.
Buoyancy Not Included
The Fly High Rainbow
Kermit the Whale-a-pede
In the Hot Air Balloon lab, we made a hot air balloon out of tissue paper. We did this lab to see how far and how high hot air balloons could travel. Before we did this lab we had been studying hot air balloons and properties of air. We learned how hot air rises up throughout our atmosphere and how the upper layers are less dense than the lower layers of the atmosphere.
The most amazing balloon ever made
1 M. 48s
Our balloons name was Manlivia. Which is a combination of our names.
Our balloon's name was Manlivia, which is a combination of all our names.