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"What is energy? Will the energy disappear? So, do the energies turn into each other? "
In Da Vinci Catapult, children experience catapults from simple machines. At the end of the experiment, they have a machine that turns potential energy, kinetic energy.
It improves creativity and creativity.
It provides hand and eye coordination.
Analytical thinking skills increase.
Moving from the energy transformations, it removes the energy conservation.
Explain with examples that potential and kinetic energies can turn into each other.
They call new approaches to innovation and innovation, design new products.
Models create structures using different geometric objects.
The objects are assembled in such a way as to form new forms.
Using his small muscles he can make movements that require a certain amount of power.
It works in three dimensions using different materials.
"I can do it."
At the end of the experience, the children will be enjoying the "Da Vinci Catapults" they produce.
Our product is not industrial. Problem solving is among our ultimate goals. When Da Vinci Catapults break down, we aim to find a solution to the problem, to try to repair it. We want you to check the bars, the case, the tension and the impact area when there is inactivity.
We used wood as our main body for the moment we arrived. We want our students to differentiate catapults, hacking and using different materials to make different catapults. We want you to experience catapults with different instruments such as books, pencils, pet bottles.
By using other materials instead of the wooden body, we want the vehicle to observe the working condition. By doing - we live and experiment by acting on the principle of learning persistence. E.g; we would like to observe the movement of the student who is experienced with the bars and link it to the result. Rope, spring, tire, etc. We want you to experience the tension of the material.
We are people who are problem-minded, and we want our students to tackle problem solving in the parent / mentor relationship in order to solve problems in our products.