Making a DIY Racing Game from Cardboard

This game can offer hours of fun and entertainment for the entire household.
Loukia Papadopoulos

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Are you struggling to entertain your kids during the coronavirus pandemic lockdown? Well, we come to your rescue with this game that will keep your kids entertained for hours.

It is a hill climbing and racing game and you can make it at home all by yourself. All you will need is the following items: cardboard, skewerssticks for ice creamtwo electric motors 12 volts, wire9-volt battery, electromotor 9 volts, foildouble scotch tapepaints, hot glue, and bearings.

Start with a bearing. Stick it with hot glue on a piece of cardboard and use it to draw a large circle all around it. Put some double scotch tape on the bearing. You will use that tape to stick the circle cardboard on a large square cardboard.

You now have a circle cardboard that spins in front of a square one. Next, take a long cardboard paper and draw many hills on it. Cut along the lines of the hills. You now have the path for your game.

Using a hot glue gun, stick the path cardboard all around the circle cardboard. The path now spins along with the circle. You now have the foundation of your game. What do you do next? Well, you have to watch the video to find out.

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