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DIY Craft Stick Catapults -- 29 clever crafts for kids that adults will actually enjoy doing, too!

29 Of The BEST Crafts For Kids To Make (projects for boys & girls!)

So fun! a DIY pumpkin chunkin' catapult! You know you want to try this!

How to Make a Pumpkin Chunkin' Catapult

A photograph shows a small catapult structure made from Popsicle sticks, rubber bands and a plastic bottle cap.

Design a Catapult (for Informal Learning) - Sprinkle

Catapult maker space examples A photograph shows a small catapult structure made from Popsicle sticks, rubber bands and a plastic bottle cap.

Build an easy popsicle stick catapult for a simple STEM activity for kids. A catapult is a great physics science experiment and engineering activity for kids. Try a catapult building activity for a kid's STEM project or science activity.

Popsicle Stick Catapult Ideas for Kids STEM Activity

Make popsicle stick catapults for kids STEM activities. Explore physics and Newtons Laws of Motion with a simple machine. All you need are craft sticks and rubber bands to build a simple catapult for kids. Hands on STEM activities make learning fun.

Physics: building catapults

A project based on the Ogre Catapult. This catapult is a convenient size with some great improvements including a lock for the swing arm.

How to Make a Catapult for Kids - this fun STEM Activity will keep them busy for hours!

Catapult for Kids STEM Project

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homemade catapult for the Girl Scouts Entertainment Technology Junior badge

Medieval History: Homemade Catapult

Marshmallow Catapult - Educational Activities for Kids

15 Fun and Educational Activities for Kids

Marshmallow Catapult: I thought this would be a fun and great idea for students to make in class. The project of the marshmallow catapult incorporates both art and science.when you can't buy them all a marshmallow gun!

Genius! This simple marshmallow catapult can be made from common household supplies and is so easy to put together kids can do it on their own! Great science learning activity, and lots of fun.

easy marshmallow catapults {summer fun for kids

This simple marshmallow catapult can be made from common household supplies and is so easy to put together kids can do it on their own! Great science learning activity, and lots of fun.

Catapult | Materials: craft sticks, rubber bands, 1 lid (Spoon or lid from milk jug, soda bottle, etc), glue gun or glue, and stuff to throw (cotton balls, scrunched up paper balls, etc) | Instructions: http://littlepaperdog.blogspot.com/2012/11/popsicle-stick-airplane-catapult.html

Little Paper Dog: DIY popsicle stick airplane catapult (only i will rubber band a spoon to it instead of glue & bottle cap)

Step by step guide on How to build a catapult | Build your own hands

Replica of a Roman Catapult. A catapult is any siege engine which uses an arm to hurl a projectile. The Roman version was called an onager. Projectiles included both arrows and (later) stones.

An excellent inquiry project, something to introduce projectile motion, or just as a really cool activity in the classroom.  Great for most ages.  Full lab description available FREE, click to see.  Credit - thehelpfulartteacher

Kids would love this craft for popsicle sunday! DIY spoon and popsicle stick catapult.