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Toy Fan Project in School Makerspace


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Maker Education can help kids to enjoy learning Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM). We at Fun2Do Labs - Open Education Project have published this presentation so that teachers can help their students to learn basics of science using project based activities.

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Toy Fan Project in School Makerspace

  1. 1. Toy Fan Fun Do Labs TM 2
  2. 2. Fun Do Labs2 Requirements - 1 BatteryFan Motor
  3. 3. Fun Do Labs2 Requirements - 2 Battery Holder Wires Switch
  4. 4. Fun Do Labs2 Fan is used to create flow of air Fan
  5. 5. Fun Do Labs2 Motor Motor uses electricity and magnetism to drive machines
  6. 6. Fun Do Labs2 Battery A battery is a hardware component that supplies power to a device and enables that device to work
  7. 7. Fun Do Labs2 Battery Holder Battery holder has two wires - Positive (+) and Negative (-)
  8. 8. Fun Do Labs2 Wires Wires provide a medium for flow of electricity
  9. 9. Fun Do Labs2 Switch Switch is used for making and breaking connection in circuits
  10. 10. Fun Do Labs2 Step - 1 Attach fan to motor shaft
  11. 11. Fun Do Labs2 Step - 2 Attach battery holder to battery
  12. 12. Fun Do Labs2 Step - 3 Attach one battery holder wire with switch wire (Refer to connection diagram)
  13. 13. Fun Do Labs2 Step - 4 Attach second (black) battery holder wire with motor wire (Refer to connection diagram)
  14. 14. Fun Do Labs2 Step - 5 Attach remaining switch wire with remaining motor wire (Refer to connection diagram)
  15. 15. Fun Do Labs2 Step - 6 Press Switch on/off to control the fan
  16. 16. Battery -+ Switch Motor with Fan Connection Diagram
  17. 17. @skjsaurabh | @fun2dolabs Saurabh JainContact :