This kit gives children an opportunity to use their knowledge of electric circuits and switches to produce a motorised vehicle. Suitable for children in years 5-6, children will have to experiment with different pulley systems in order to control the speed of their car. They can then build their vehicle chassis and cladding, and test that it is fi t for purpose. With appropriate cladding the vehicle can become anything from a carnival fl oat to a moon buggy. Contents: 40 AA batteries, 20 gears, 20 meagre motors, 450g of rubber bands, 30 wooden pulleys in mixed sizes, 20 AA battery holders, 20 motor mounting clips, 100 wooden wheels in mixed sizes, 50 battery snaps, 1000 card triangles, 500 thick card axle supports, 100 x 10mm square section wood, 20 x 5mm dowel, roll of wire. Includes D&T Association helpsheet notes.
035-TE00778 2 Making Alarms Class Project Pack
Children love experimenting with electrical components and the use of buzzers or lights in a simple alarm circuit. This will enhance their understanding of different switches and how they work. Contents: 60 AA batteries, 30 AA battery holders, TTS switch pack, 50 3.5 v bulbs, roll of masking tape, 15 panel buzzers, 72 clothes pegs, 50 battery snaps, 30 bulb holders, includes: D&T Association teachers notes.