My son and I love to do DIY projects around our home. There is something special about taking household materials and creating something that is fun to play with. At first, we decided to make a Cable Car Toy so that we could send messages back and forth to one another.
However right before making the Cable Car Toy, my son decided he wanted it to transport his toy cars to race on this Hot Wheel track. This ended up being a fun activity to do.
The best thing about making it is that you most likely have all the materials in your home. Below is what you will need….
Watch the video below to learn how to make the Cable Car Toy. The video comes my son’s YouTube channel, Corban’s Fun Learning Adventures. Please like the video and subscribe if you like what you see.
Once you have made the Cable Car Toy, have your child move the string in various directions. This is great time for them to make observations about how the string and the sandwich bags can move forward or backwards.
You may use this toy to send messages, toys, and small household objects etc. Next time, we will use it to pass math problems to each other. This will incorporate fun learning. The sky is limit with this project.
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10 thoughts on “How to: Cable Car Toy | Simple and Fun Engineering Project for Kids”
This is so easy to make. Thank you for sharing this. I am actually looking for activities that my son and I can make wheni introduce the world of science to him! 👍
Oh wonderful! I am glad you like it! Have fun with this activity!
Great! Definitely involve my son to make it. Thanks for sharing!
No problem! I hope he enjoys it.
Beautiful! I’ve bookmarked this post to read with my sons. Thanks
No problem. I hope they like the activity!
We love fun easy DIY projects. Even better if it is with items we can find at home. My daughter loves creating her own engineering projects and then proudly showing how they work. We will definitely have to give this one a try.
Oh wonderful! I hope she likes this project.