A balloon car is easy to construct by using an empty water bottle to form the chassis, or the car's body, and mounting a balloon on it to power the vehicle. The balloon provides the necessary jet power for the balloon ca... More »

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To make a balloon car, cut a half-gallon milk carton in half to make the car body, attach spool wheels to straw axles inserted through the sides of the carton and put a balloon in through a hole in the back. The car will... More »

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To make a fast balloon car, attach four straws together, and wrap the end of a balloon around all four. Attach the entire contraption to your car. More »

A simple wind-powered toy car can be made from cardboard, using a house fan for power. Other designs include a rear propeller instead of a house fan to propel the car. More »

Making a battery-powered toy car is a fun project that can be customized for a variety of age groups to teach scientific principles. This moderately complex project involves creating a base for the vehicle, attaching a b... More »

To make a toy car, poke two holes in both sides of an empty soda can. Run two thin dowels through the holes to form the axles. Glue four identical milk bottle caps onto the ends of the dowels to make wheels. More »

Make an Olaf plush toy by collecting white fleece for use in the body, brown fleece for the arms and head sticks, black felt for face and body, orange fleece for the nose and stuffing. Sew the fleece into sections to for... More »

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