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Marshmallow space face

Marshmallow space face

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Published by: Powerhouse Museum on May 29, 2012
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make & do
activity kit
Science with Zoe & Cogs - Experiment 9
Marshmallow Space Face
500 Harris St UltimoPO Box K346 Haymarket NSW 1238 Australiatel: 02 6217 0111web: http://play.powerhousemuseum.com
Draw a face on the side (the curved part, notthe circular end) of a mini marshmallow. Youcan draw any facial expression you like – itdoesn’t have to be smiling!
Pull out the plunger and place the marsh-mallow inside the syringe so that it is just
touching the sides – it needs to t snugly
rather than being squashed in.
 Air pressure is all around us, althoughwe don’t notice it. What happens toobjects when you redude or increase the
What to do:
Things you need:
Mini marshmallows A 5 or 10 ml medical syringe with no needle (availablefrom chemists) A felt tip pen
Depress the syringe plunger until it is touch-ing the top of your marshmallow face. Now
hold your nger tightly against the bottom of 
the syringe to make a seal.
Pull the plunger up – you’ll notice it’s a bit
difcult to pull it up with your nger pressed
tightly on the other end of the syringe. Watchwhat happens to your marshmallow.

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