F1 Racing car – Pack of 5: DIY racing car F1 Air power should be the first STEM toy for your child. The toy is based on Newton’s third law of motion – For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.
The battery-powered fan pushes the air and the car moves in the opposite direction.
A pack of 5 is rightly priced as a Christmas gift.
F1 racing cars once assembled works on Newton’s third law of motion: For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. When the fan rotates at high speed it pushes the air in the opposite direction of the car’s motion. The air pushes the car in the front direction thus giving ‘motion’ to the F1 racing car.
One day while discussing the concept of chemical reactions, measurements like thermometer and scales with my daughter I was wondering if I could help her understand this with live examples, like baking a cake etc which makes it interesting for her. Trying to find out an experimental way to make my kid understand I got a chance to look at STEM toys for students at switchedonkids which was like a relief to me and quickly started searching for the best suitable toy of our requirement.
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