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Novice Car Design Badge in a Bag® — Race Car

Product Number: MF-3385

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Easy snap-together car design pieces will make this a favorite activity your girls will really enjoy!

With the Novice Car Design Badge in a Bag® from MakingFriends®.com your girls will have fun designing and testing cars and learning about friction while earning the Daisy* Model Car Design Challenge badge.

 

 

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Novice Car Design Badge in a Bag® from MakingFriends®.com will make it fun and easy for your girls to complete the three requirements for the Daisy* Model Car Design Challenge badge.

Projects:

  1. Experiment with balls and surfaces to learn about friction and speed (Rubber balls, Ping Pong Balls, Marbles)
  2. Design a car (Snap together car pieces)
  3. Test your car.

(Colors and styles may vary from photo shown.)

You’ll also need:Car Design Race Car Track

  • Cardboard Boxes
  • Different Track Surfaces Such a Paper Track, a Carpet Track, a Vinyl Track (Think Dollar Store)

 

 

 

 

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Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 1 × 1 × 1 in
Item Number

MF-3075

1 review for "Novice Car Design Badge in a Bag® -- Race Car"

  1. :

    We did this kit as our first virtual meeting and the girls loved it. We had them use all kinds of materials for their tracks. Most of them used cookie boxes that were opened up as their main track. When bent at the natural folds gave nice natural ramps. Things we used as different types of friction for the ramps were bubble wrap, wash clothes or hand towels, sand paper, plastic bags, etc.

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