What you get
Discover the amazing power of air! Build a balloon-powered air hockey game where the puck whizzes and whooshes along a cushion of air. Use a set of number stencils and an air pump to make spray-art scoreboards for your game. Then learn all about how engineers harness air to do work — from moving, to inflating, to putting pressure on things!
A 3 feet (L) x 2 feet (W) rectangular table or larger is recommended for this project.
My grandkid had a good time working on his air hockey with his dad, and uncle during a family gathering.
We loved it! Kids had a blast playing with it!
The crate was complete and worked perfectly. A capable 10 year old assembled it almost entirely on his own. Children 4-11 plus parents played with him during our evening event.