We’re all aware that schools are closed due to the corona, and it’s becoming increasingly difficult for kids to stay at home and do nothing. Do you ever find yourself pondering what you should do to enjoy the day? If that’s the case, then we’ve got a lesson on how to make a Carnival ride for you.
So without wasting your time any further give this post a quick read and try making it on your own.
You’ll need the following supplies to create a stunning working carnival ride.
- Rectangular cardboard- 14×11
- Circular cardboard- 8 diameter × 2
- Big Circular cardboard- 21×21
- Small Circular cardboard- × 8
- Color Paper
Steps To Make A Carnival Ride
It won’t take long to build your carnival ride if you have all of the necessary materials on hand. You can easily make it by following the written instructions below. Hence follow the instructions written below:
Step 1: Collect all of the necessary materials. Begin by wrapping the motor with rectangular cardboard, as shown in the picture.
Cover the motor
Step 2: Using glue, cover the motor’s tip with the circular cardboard.
Cover the tip
Step 3: Place the motor on a large circular cardboard base with the tip facing upward, as indicated in the image.
Paste on the base
Step 4: Take small circular cardboard and cut it into small circles.
Cut out small circles
Step 5: Make rectangular shapes out of colored paper, as indicated in the picture.
Cut out rectangles
Step 6: Now attach these rectangular sheets with the circles to make seats.
Make small seats
Step 7: Place the wooden sticks on top of the cardboard and glue them in place.
Paste the sticks
Step 8: Use a thread to connect the seats and the rest of the body, as indicated in the image. All of the chairs should be hung in this manner
Hang the seats
Step 9: Cover the top with the other round cardboard.
Cover the top
Step 10: Simply connect the wire to the battery, and your carnival ride will begin to operate.
Making stuff with your own hands is always enjoyable. Although it’s important to remember that we’re doing it carefully because we often use things that could be harmful, such as scissors. Similarly, when creating a carnival ride, keep the following points in mind.
- Carefully handle instruments like scissors and wooden sticks.
- Make sure it’s well-glued so your carnival ride won’t fall apart.
- Before covering the motor with cardboard, inspect the wiring.
Now that you’ve read through all of the steps, it’s time for you to try it out. Hope this post on how to make a carnival ride will be of use to you as you can easily create the most colorful carnival rides for your children.
Saquib Siddiqui is a Mechanical Engineer with expertise in science projects and experiments. Saquib’s work focuses on integrating scientific concepts with practical applications, making complex ideas accessible and exciting for learners of all ages. In addition to his practical work, Saquib has authored several articles, research papers, and educational materials.