## Introduction: Anemometer Instructions

Materials:

5 paper cups

2 straws

1 pin

1 pencil

with rubber on the top.

step 1:

punch two holes in the side of the cup so that the straws will be able to fit in perfectly. Now do the same with every cup exept 1.

step 2:

next, with the cup that hasn't been poked into, punch, or make 4 holes in the paper cup just below the rim to create a plus like sign. after that, put the 2 straws through the plus sign on the cup and with the second straw put it through and it should be ontop of the other straw underneath. Now, the ends of the straws should be poking out of the cup with enough space to fit in the 4 cups on each end of the 2 straws, so with the holes in the sides of the cups, put the cups throught the straws so that the straws are holding the cups by being poked through the holes.

step 3:

Once the last step is done, grab your pencil and pin and in the middle of the 2 straws overlapping eachother in the middle cup, poke the pin throught both of them. And now poke your pecil on the bottom of the cup, make sure the rubber bit is at the top. So now, push it through. Next, with the pin already poken into the 2 overlapping straws, poke the pin in the rubber on the top of the pencil slightly, not to hard, or to soft. step 4: This is a really easy and fun activity isn't it? but now, to make this anemometer spin, go outside in a windy stpot and watch it spin. and now your done.

## Step 1: Steps to Make Your Anemometer:

Materials:

5 paper cups

2 straws

1 pin

1 pencil with rubber on the top.

step 1:

punch two holes in the side of the cup so that the straws will be able to fit in perfectly. Now do the same with every cup exept 1.

step 2:

next, with the cup that hasn't been poked into, punch, or make 4 holes in the paper cup just below the rim to create a plus like sign.

after that, put the 2 straws through the plus sign on the cup and with the second straw put it through and it should be ontop of the other straw underneath. Now, the ends of the straws should be poking out of the cup with enough space to fit in the 4 cups on each end of the 2 straws, so with the holes in the sides of the cups, put the cups throught the straws so that the straws are holding the cups by being poked through the holes.

step 3:

Once the last step is done, grab your pencil and pin and in the middle of the 2 straws overlapping eachother in the middle cup, poke the pin throught both of them. And now poke your pecil on the bottom of the cup, make sure the rubber bit is at the top. So now, push it through. Next, with the pin already poken into the 2 overlapping straws, poke the pin in the rubber on the top of the pencil slightly, not to hard, or to soft.

step 4:

This is a really easy and fun activity isn't it? but now, to make this anemometer spin, go outside in a windy stpot and watch it spin.

and now your done.