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    Question Split pin activities

    Morning everyone, I am trying to find some split pin craft activities to do with my son (9) he needs to make a moveable object for his holiday homework and he wants to use split pins, I have googled it and everything but can't seem to find a great deal!!

    Can anyone point me in the right direction please??? x
    Is it Friday yet?

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    This one?
    http://www.teacherresourcesgalore.com/science.htm
    click on dancing skeleton.

    or for ease maybe make a clock with moving hands?

    Depends how much effort he want to put in!

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    If he likes THe Gruffalo's child there is a split pin Gruffalo's child to print, cut our and make on www.gruffalo.com - it uses 4 split pins to make the arms and legs move.


    Penny

 

 

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