Daisies in STEM - Rocket Science

Rockets always spark the imagination and are a great way to kick off our Girl Scout meetings. There are many different ways to make rockets. We need to identify materials to build the rocket body and an energy source. First we made paper rockets powered by air. The girls decorated a strip of paper, rolled it into a tube and sealed one end. The rocket was powered by blowing air through a straw. The second rocket was made from empty mini m&m canister, powered by carbon dioxide gas. To prepare the rockets empty and clean the mini m&m canisters, clip the small hinge that is holding the lid to detach it from the canister, but keep the lid in place. The rocket tip is made from a cone of paper wrap

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