How Fast Should Your Buggy Be?
One of the units from the Nuffield Primary Solutions in Design and Technology. Children design and make a controllable, battery-powered toy vehicle using card, wood, found materials, mechanical and electrical components.
The toy created can be based on an actual vehicle, on a vehicle from a book or film, or it can be a fantasy vehicle developed from the pupil's imagination.
This resource can be downloaded either in full colour or in grey-scale so that the most appropriate version can be selected for print. A CADCAM enhanced version of the task is also available to download.
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- How fast should your buggy be? (full colour)
- How fast should your buggy be? (grey-scale)
- How fast should your buggy be? (CADCAM version)
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|Subject(s)||Design skills, Design and technology|
|Published||2000 - 2009|
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This resource is part of Nuffield Primary Design and Technology