This is a fun little demonstration for Newton's Third Law of Motion. Since we are using fire, the usual precautions should apply. Fire the rockets outdoors, pointing away from people or pets. Here we go!

Step 1: Mini Matchbook Rockets

paper clip
matchbook matches
wood matches
straight pins
very nice -- i first learned how to do this when i was 8 years old. we would practice with matches between the wooden garages, in the weeds, where the 'grown-ups' couldn't see us, in the suburb of (i'm not telling)
LOL thanks for commenting.
cool :P
don't have matches at all !! :-(((((
I'm sorry! Hope you can find some soon. Thanks for looking.
What if you don't have match book matches?<br>
I've never done them with wood matches, because I think that they would be too heavy to fly off. You can try them if you want. I bought the matchbook matches at walmart and I have seen them at grocery stores. They are around $1.50 for a box of 1000 matches, thats 50 match books. Right now I have two boxes of them. I wish that I could just send you some.
In our country, they sell a box of matches for P 15.00 = $ 0.30 with 1000 matches in it :))))
I found mine at a Wawa(Gas station) but they gave me them for free. WIN!
Hurray! Good luck on you Rocket Making!
&gt;.&lt; Failure to launch.
I'm sorry! Try again.
Very cool I like it, I'm gunna try it out tomorrow

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