Hostile Balloons Science Project

Science activities or experiments for kids help a child understand science in a very remarkable way. It becomes easy to make a child learn and gain knowledge about science by letting him perform these science experiments on his own. This way he is able to develop creativity, innovative ideas along with a proper understanding of science in himself.

Hostile balloon experiment :

There are numerous science experiments with amazing ideas and topics from which a child can select any topic of his interest and

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conduct research on it by performing experiment. One of the most popular science experiments is the Hostile Balloons science experiment. This science experiment is pretty easy to conduct and involves use of common household items which are easily available at home or nearby grocery store.

An adult supervision is recommended while performing these science experiments in order to prevent any kind of injury or accident.

To perform this Hostile Balloons science experiment all you need is couple of balloons, string and woolen pullover. First of all blow these balloons and then tie string to their mouth. No take a woolen pullover and rub these balloons on it for a while. Now let these balloons hand downwards from the string and soon you will be amazed to see that the balloons will float away from each other.

The reason behind it is such that when the balloons are rubbed to the woolen pullover they get negatively charged because of the transfer of electrons from the pullover and the pullover becomes positively charged.

The balloons stick to the woolen pullover due to the fact that the positive and negative charges attract each other. When these balloons are suspended together they float away from each other because like charges repel each other.

You might have seen that this Hostile Balloons science experiment is pretty easy to conduct and does not require much effort at all. Children can try this amazing science experiment at their home and show it to their friends or family members.

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