Do you know how to blow helium balloons with straw? It's actually quite easy! Here's a step-by-step guide on how to do it:
1. Get a balloon and a straw
If you want to get helium balloons with a straw, you will need to purchase some helium balloons and a helium gas kit. Once you have these items, follow these steps:
1. Inflate the balloon using the helium can.
2. Tie the balloon off when it is at the desired size.
3. Cut a small hole in the bottom of the balloon.
4. Insert the straw into the hole and blow into it until the balloon is full of air.
5. Remove the straw and seal the hole with your finger or a piece of tape.
2. Put the straw in the balloon
When you're ready to put the straw in the balloon, start by holding the balloon at the neck. Place the straw near the neck of the balloon and gently insert it into the opening. If you're having trouble getting the straw into the balloon, try using a pen or pencil to help guide it in.
Once the straw is inserted into the balloon, hold on to the end of the straw and carefully tilt it upward. This will help direct the helium into the balloon. When you're ready, take a deep breath and blow into the straw. You should feel resistance as you blow, which means that the helium is filling up the balloon.
Keep blowing until the balloon is full. Once it's full, remove your mouth from the straw and quickly tie off the neck of the balloon. Congrats! You've successfully blown up a helium balloon with a straw!
3. Blow into the straw
Blow into the straw, and hold it so that the end of the straw is in the balloon. The balloon will start to fill up with air. Once the balloon is full, tie a knot in the end of the balloon, and then release the straw.
4. The balloon will start to fill with helium
Once you have your balloon and straw, it's time to start filling the balloon with helium. To do this, simply put the straw into the helium canister and start inhaling. The balloon will start to fill with helium and will eventually become full. Be careful not to inhale too much helium, as it can be harmful if you ingest too much of it. Once the balloon is full, remove the straw and tie off the end of the balloon.
5. When the balloon is full, take the straw out
When the balloon is full, take the straw out and hold the balloon by the neck. If the balloon has a self-sealing valve, gently push on the valve to release the helium. If the balloon does not have a self-sealing valve, carefully insert a pin into the neck of the balloon to release the helium.
6. Tie the end of the balloon
Tie the end of the balloon to a piece of string. This will help you keep hold of the balloon while you are blowing it up.
7. Congratulations, you have now blown a helium balloon with a straw!
Now that you know how to blow helium balloons with a straw, you can have all sorts of fun with them! Try making funny voices, or use them to decorate your party. Just be sure to not inhale the helium, as it can be dangerous.