Clare shows us how to make a hovercraft out of recycled materials. All you need is a pop up drink bottle lid, an old CD, sticky tack and a balloon. Try it for yourself and see what happens. What other types of transport could you make using a similar technique but with different materials?
In this episode of Brainbuzz, Kell and Clare are challenged to build a hovercraft. Learn how air reduces the force of friction to make hovercrafts glide. Today's historical guest is Alfred Vacheron, inventor of the steering wheel and the team takes a look at all sorts of amphibious vehicles.
The BuzzNewzz team tells us all about self driving cars and 5 facts about the future of car technology. What are some advantages of having a self driving car? Can you see any potential problems with self driving cars? What does 'autonomous' mean?
Do you know how your TV remote control works? How about a remote for a toy car or garage door? Watch this clip and learn about the history of remote controls plus how they communicate using infrared light, voice control, digital data, radio signals and coded signals.
Watch this clip to learn how to make a balloon powered car out of household items. Easy to do at home or in the classroom, all you need is milk bottle lids, straws, cardboard, sticky tape, skewers and a balloon.
In this episode of Brainbuzz, Kell and Clare are challenged to build a remote controlled car. Watch this episode to learn about motion, power, electrical circuits, radio signals, wireless communication and even self driving cars. Today's historical guest is Nikola Tesla.
Five and friends set off on a rhyming romp through field and forest, but they keep getting mixed up. Learn how to keep numbers in order and find missing numbers with the Numberblocks.
Twelve helps the Numberblobs work out how many tokens they need for each fairground ride.
Super-speedy Eighteen discovers a faster way to add a number together lots of times.
Can Sixteen to Twenty sneak past the robot guards at the Museum of Numbers?
The Numberblobs challenge Twenty to a singing count-off.
Rocket Ten and friends blast off into space for a rhyming adventure to visit planets 11 to 20.
Time to get the party started by counting from sixteen to twenty.
Are you ready for the big dance number? Numberblock Twenty struts his stuff and dances the Two Tens Tango.
Numberblock Nineteen discovers she's a one-off with a hidden talent for shape-shifting.
Super-rectangle Eighteen shows the others how to ride the rays on the super-duper looper.
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