Look Inside-Coming Soon People have been riding thrilling roller coasters since the 1800s. Gravity and kinetic energy make these rides exciting. But roller coasters aren’t just found at theme parks. Smaller versions can be made at home! Hills give energy to the car as it speeds along the track. Learn how to make a roller coaster by using materials such as plastic cups, marbles, and tape. Watch as your roller coaster zooms over hills and around loops!
Science concepts come to life with fun, hands-on projects. Make Your Own: Make It Go! includes step-by-step instructions for making rockets, boats, catapults, and more—all with household materials! Learn about the history, engineering and science behind these machines and how they work. Each book contains a list of materials, a set of instructions, a glossary, an index, and places to go for more information. Perfect for Makerspace activities.