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The arrow trophy

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Carlos and Mateo, 8 and 9 years old, think they deserve this trophy because they have worked hard in this construction. The trophy is an arrow flying to the cup. They have used gears and pulleys to move the arrow.

 

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1 Comment

  1. jennygarlick

    This is a great trophy and I really like how the arrow flies to the cup. Well done using gears and pulleys are these are both excellent simple machines. Thanks for sharing your work.

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