Feel how strong air can be when you make this giant air blaster. Stack up some paper cups, aim your blaster carefully, and give the
Using the wire snips, cut a two-inch hole in the middle of the bottom of the bucket. You might want to get an adult to help you with this.
Stretch the plastic tightly over the top of the bucket, and secure it with the bungee cord.
To fire your blaster, hold it sideways with the hole pointing at whatever you want to blast. Sharply rap the plastic with your fist or a stick. The movement of the air in the bucket, forced quickly through the smaller hole, will create a rushing gust of "wind."
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Supplies heavy-duty wire snips one 15-gallon bucket large plastic sheet (an old shower curtain will work)
bungee cord paper cups heavy-duty wire snips one 15-gallon bucket large plastic sheet (an old shower curtain will work)
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