Brilliant Kids Make A Homemade Toy Car That Moves With Just A Rubber Band

Now that the school year is in full swing and the weather is starting to get cold, summer is no longer on your kid’s mind, and it’s time to get creative with their education!

Science doesn’t have to be a daunting subject for young children. There are easy ways to use science every day, as well as ways to make it fun and exciting! The more your children know, the more than can do with that knowledge.

Ford STEAM Experience is running a series of videos called “Science In A Snap” with the core principles science, technology, engineering, art, and math to inspire the next generation of automakers.

By providing the right opportunities and resources, we can inspire more kids to become innovators, problem solvers, and big dreamers.

In this DIY project, you can teach your kids about potential and kinetic energy just by using a rubber band! Together, you can build this simple rubber band car to show them how energy is not created or destroyed, but can change form.

You can see the first video in the Ford STEAM series, a DIY magnet car that your kids can make, here!

Watch the video with your kids to help explore their interests and get thecreative juices flowing.

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