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Moving toys. A project for class 4. Different types of movement. Linear – Reciprocating – Rotary - Oscillating - Intermittent – Irregular - . What parts move?. Have a close look at some of the moving toys in the classroom. Which parts turn? Which parts move?

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Moving toys

A project for class 4


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Different types of movement

  • Linear –

  • Reciprocating –

  • Rotary -

  • Oscillating -

  • Intermittent –

  • Irregular -


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What parts move?

  • Have a close look at some of the moving toys in the classroom.

  • Which parts turn?

  • Which parts move?

  • Can you see or work out how the parts are attached?

  • Pick one toy and draw and label it.


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How does it move?

  • Toys move because they have mechanisms.

  • There are different types of mechanisms that allow different movements.

  • Click here to see the different types of mechanisms.


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Mechanisms

  • Cam

  • Bell crank

  • Quick return

  • There are many more, but the cam is the one we are going to concentrate on.

  • Cam challenge!


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Your toy

  • Have a look at these toys – can you work out how they move? Discuss with a friend.

  • Use a design sheet to think about who you would like to make a toy for and some ideas for your toy. Click here to see a really good example of a toy design.

  • Share ideas as a class.

NEXT


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BACK


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How it’s done!

Back


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Make a mechanism

  • Now you have decided what toy to make, you need to practice making your mechanism.

  • Make a card model of your mechanism.

  • When you have done that, complete design sheet 3 where you will finalise your design.


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Planning

  • Planning is very important.

  • Use design sheet 4 to list the items you will need.

  • Complete the flow diagram to show the order in which you will make your toy.

    HAVE FUN 


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