Technology for Fun
Technology for Fun
4.87570 reviews

Caroline develops fun, accessible design, build and test STEM projects linking to the science and DT curricula. These popular resources are fully tested in the classroom and include lesson plans, PowerPoints, pupil worksheets and model answers. The projects use cheap, everyday and recycled materials to minimise costs. Caroline Alliston is a professional engineer, award-winning STEM educator and author of the Technology for Fun series of books and teacher resources.

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In this fun hands-on session pupils will build and test their own vibrating brush monster, whilst linking to Key Stage 2 Science (electricity and forces) and D&T curricula.

Review

5

emmaejohnson

5 years ago
5

Our year 5 & 6 children made a brush monster in Technology club after school and it was a great success! It was simple to make but also made them think carefully about where to fix things onto the model and also how an electric circuit works. When some didn't initially work they had to work out whether there was a break in the circuit or if they had connected it incorrectly. Afterwards they had lots of fun racing their brush monsters in the hall and we had lots of discussion about the different directions some of the monsters were moving in and why!

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