How Are Toy Cars Made?


Toy cars are made from different materials with the simplest being a carton box, pencil and bottle caps. When using these materials, place the carton box on the work surface then using the pencil, make four holes in the sides of the box. The pencils should then be slid into the holes and wiggled after which the bottle caps should be glued to the ends of the pencils to make wheels and a fifth one at the front to act as the steering wheel.
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