Make rubber band car
Did you ever suspect that rubber bands could also be a fun way to learn about physics and engineering? Background When you stretch a rubber band it stores potential energy. Specifically it stores elastic potential energy—the type of energy stored when a material is deformed as opposed to gravitational potential energy, the type you get when you raise an object off the ground. When you release it all, that stored energy has to go somewhere. If you launch a rubber band across the room, the potential energy is converted to kinetic energy, the energy of motion. But what about putting all that stored energy to use?
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Easy Rubberband Car
How to Make a Rubber Band Car | Physics & Engineering Projects
This is an easy to make rubberband car using a paper towel tube for the body. I've made these cars with groups of kids at Library programs several times and it's always lots of fun. Did you use this instructable in your classroom? Add a Teacher Note to share how you incorporated it into your lesson. Use the hole punch to make holes for the axles, two straight across from each other on either end. It helps the car roll better if the wheel holes are lined up and square with each other, front to back and side to side.
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DIY Rubber Band Racer
Our kids really like to make DIY toys and the best part…you can make it with items found around the home. We actually started a recycling program in our home to see what raw materials we could use to upcycle and make something new! Plus, its an extra bonus to our natural resources, it limits the amount of waste and reduces the landfill space. This is probably one of our favorite rubber band toys we have made. First, I used a ruler to figure out where I wanted the placement of the holes on my straws because this is where the toothpicks are going to go see picture below.
Rubber band cars are a fun way to learn about motion, propulsion, and energy. They are also fun to play with and race. Once you know the basics of building a rubber band car, you can experiment with you own design and construction. You can also build a bunch of rubber band cars and race them to find out which one is the best!
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