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The more you learn about amusement park rides, the cooler they sound. For instance, did you know that most roller coaster cars aren’t self-powered, and simply use the momentum from the lift hill to move them forward? Other coasters use a launch mechanism to start the initial ascent, and those are occasionally prone to “roll back” when there’s not enough force, which is totally safe but a bit alarming. Enthusiasts love roll-backs because it allows them to ride the coaster 1.5 times!
Kids can pick up their first lessons on the design of amusement park rides with the Magformers Carnival Set. With this set, you can build a Ferris Wheel and some other basic carnival thrill rides, and experiment with the way physical forces set them into motion.
Magformers magnetic building blocks also let little builders experiment with the force of magnetism, since they connect with powerful fully-encased rotating neodymium magnets, which automatically turn to connect the pieces together. The squares, triangles, and squares in the set can be used for all sorts of fun 3D building and creative learning. Includes 46 pieces; for ages 6 and up.
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
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