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How to Build a Catapult for a School Project

Building a catapult for a school project is a fun way to explore history and physics. There are many different types of catapult you can make, from a plastic spoon taped to a mousetrap to a .

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Build a Strong Catapult

How to Build a Strong Catapult. The strength of a catapult could refer either to the sturdiness of the catapult frame and its ability to withstand use, or it could refer to the force with which the catapult launches projectiles.

How to build a catapult out of dowel rods and rubber bands. Link to sponge splash bombs. Buy dowels, rubber bands, sponges, cable ties. craft sticks

How to Build a Catapult out of Dowel Rods and Rubber Bands

How to Build a Catapult out of Dowel Rods and Rubber Bands « Frugal Fun For Boys

Pencil Catapult. This catapult is built out of unsharpened pencils, rubber bands, and a plastic spoon. The process of making is so easy, your kids can make it by themselves just according to this picture. http://hative.com/catapult-projects-for-kids/

20+ Creative and Instrutive DIY Catapult Projects for Kids

This catapult is built out of unsharpened pencils, rubber bands, and a plastic spoon. The process of making is so easy, your kids can make it by themselves just according to this picture.

Adaptations and Evolution of Animals Project- students build beasts with beneficial adaptations for their environment...UNTIL disaster strikes - then what happens to your animal? #gettingnerdy

Adaptations of Animals Project for Evolution

Adaptations and Evolution of Animals Project- students build beasts with beneficial adaptations for their environment.UNTIL disaster strikes - then what happens to your animal?

A while ago, I started making projects for teaching in school which were manageable, fun and educational. The first project we made was this model Roman catapult. Since making it, a number of teachers and students have asked for instructions for how to make it, so here we go!Please note: If you're a teacher wondering how do-able this is, I've made this with a whole class of Year 3s (7-8 year olds) working in pairs and other teachers have made this with Year 5 and 6 classes so it's...

School DT Projects: Model Roman Catapult

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How to Build a Catapult

How to Build a Catapult

Okay so in my hour class, Conceptual Physics, our teacher instructed us to get into groups of three and build a catapult that would be able to launch a golf.

Build a Golf Ball Trebuchet

Golf Ball Trebuchet Catapult Plans - Build a PVC Catapult - Golf Ball Catapult

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