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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 .

Physics: building catapults

A project based on the Ogre Catapult. This catapult is a convenient size with some great improvements including a lock for the swing arm.

Target Building Instructions: Build your own target using PVC pipe and canvass for your kids to use for practice of any kind.

Target Building Instructions

I'm liZ from over at Simple Simon & Co. There my super seamstress sister-in-law (who's name also happens to be Elizabeth) and I post a.

apparently you should actually only use 'said' but hey, you do it your way >.^

apparently you should actually only use 'said' but hey, you do it your way >. Helps for writing a book

Sisters in Zion: GAME: Hula Hoop

Sisters in Zion: GAME: Hula Hoop [ "Even up teams. One hula hoop per team. Each team stands in a line, holding hands. The goal is to be the first team to get

Circuit de billes

Circuit à billes tout en récup

One pinner suggested, "Use train tracks as marble tracks in the block center!" I was just wondering about my existing train table/tracks, and if they are still embraced in this approach our Board appears to be moving in.

Take this portable game to the beach, camping, tailgating, or the backyard. It sets up fast and the rules are simple—toss bean bags into the baskets to score points.

Take this portable game to the beach, camping, tailgating, or the backyard. It sets up fast and the rules are simple—toss bean bags into the baskets to score point

Candy Corn Catapults! (Four ways to build a catapult out of items from around the house!)

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.

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 « Frugal Fun For Boys

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