Introduction: Pinball Game
This exercise is proposed by NOD Makerspace as an exercise included in the Makers for Inclusion Erasmus Plus project.
The exercise draws inspiration from here:
but it has been tweaked to suit the project's target audience and equipment available in Romania. The exercise consists of building a pinball machine from low-cost materials such as cardboard or scrap wood and rubber bands.
This exercise gives children a chance to learn how to use hand tools and grow their creativity.
Please make sure you are working in a space suitable for minors, with all safety precautions in place.
- Rubber bands
Step 1: Choose Your Materials
Step 2: Glue the Pieces
Glue the pieces together to form the walls of your game and the limits for the ball.