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Today, you will build a fun water rocket using nearly all recycled materials.
Materials:Four Two-Liter Water BottlesTwineDuct Tape2 Small Garbage BagsCardboardScotch TapeWaterTennis Ball8 Bamboo Skewers
1. Cut off bottom and top of two of the bottles, leaving two cylinders with two open ends.2. With third bottle, cut similarly to step one, only cut ...
4. With the fourth remaining bottle, hold it upside down and tape skewers with duct tape around bottle, so that that they are hanging approximately four inches off ...
5. Cut out three fins in the shape of trapezoid with base lengths of 10 cm and 2 cm and a height length of 7 cm.6. Tape the ...
7. Place the long cylinder of bottles within the skewers so it stays in place.
8. Using cardboard, create a cone shape with a height of 20 cm and a width of 10 cm.9. Place the cone without tape on top of the ...
1. Take two small garbage bags and cut them open so they can lay out flat. The thinner the bag, the better.2. Scotch tape the two together and ...
3. Place the tennis ball into the middle of the parachute.4. Cut out twelve pieces of twine that reach from the tennis ball to about 25 cm outside ...
5. Using duct tape, tape one end of the twine to the tennis ball and the other end to the edge of the parachute.6. Fold the parachute as ...
7. Fill fourth water bottle with water8. Have fun Mista!
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