The best way to understand a problem is to go make something and put it to the test. With these four great projects your students will learn about dynamics from first principles. It¹s all about making quick working models, testing them, recording results and modifying the design. All Power Anchor projects are fully resourced with teaching tips, student notes, outcomes, teaching programme, and classroom video as well as some with extra tutorials on CNC work and 3d modelling.
Easy to make pulley driven vehicle. Use different pulleys sizes for speed or power. Set up races and stunts.
A propeller driven car made from modelling foam. Learn about speed, thrust, acceleration and terminal velocity.
Use any materials you can get your hands on to make a flying car. You will need to do lots of modifications and testing to get success.
Make your aircraft, test it and learn about flight from first principles. Challenge your friends to a ‘dog fight’.
A geared racing car that uses downforce to maximise performance. Ideal CNC project.
10 quick challenges to get your students problem solving, making and testing
their ideas. Ideal STEM projects.