Follow this 10-step guide on how to make your own pulley-driven vehicle. This is suitable for KS2 pupils exploring electric circuits, pulleys, wheels, axles and bearings. It is also suitable for KS3 students investigating series circuits, friction, average speed and energy transfers; simple machines giving bigger force at the expense of smaller movement, and vice versa.
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