Create incredible paper roller coasters using strips of heavy paper. By folding, cutting, and taping the paper strips together you can make
sturdy roller coasters that reach the ceiling!
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A digital version of the directions with over ninety color photographs, and eleven templates suitable for printing onto card stock. Print them today! After paying for an electronic version, look for and click on the link that says Return to [email protected] to download the files right away. If you are unable to download the files, don't worry. You will also receive download directions through e-mail, usually within a few hours. If you have a printer that can handle card stock, this may be more convenient than using a photocopy machine with the paper version. Each set of electronic templates may be used for one home or classroom only. You supply card stock, marbles, tape, and a piece of cardboard. Download the "letter size" templates for standard printers in the U.S.A. and/or A4 paper size which is used nearly everywhere else. No shipping charge!
New! In addition to receiving the instructions and PDF templates suitable for printing, you will also have the option of downloading DXF files of the letter size templates. These can be used with most craft cutting machines, such as the Silhouette Cameo. Put away your scissors and get perfect results. This bonus feature is only available to purchasers of the electronic templates.
Includes one set of detailed directions with over ninety color photographs, and eleven templates suitable for photocopying. Each set of paper templates may be used for one home or classroom only. You supply card stock, marbles, tape, and a piece of cardboard. A $5 shipping fee will be added to the total order. Shipping outside of the United States is not available.
Makes a great gift for the budding paper engineer! Don't want to bother buying card stock and copying the templates yourself? The individual set includes detailed directions and enough pre-printed card stock to build a five-foot tall roller coaster. You even get five marbles! The Individual Set does not include the right to make additional copies, but if you only want to build one, this is your best bet! You supply tape and a piece of cardboard. A $5 shipping fee will be added to the total order. Shipping outside of the United States is not available.
The Individual Set includes 46 sheets of card stock. The patterns used to make the frame of the roller coaster are printed on speckled white card stock and the patterns for the track are printed in six different colors of 65 pound card stock.
Don't have time to print or copy hundreds of sheets of card stock for your class? The class pack includes one set of detailed directions and six times as many pre-printed sheets of card stock and marbles as found in an Individual Set. The Class Pack also includes six rolls of 3/4" x 600" transparent tape. The Class Pack does not include the right to make additional copies. You supply cardboard. A $10 shipping fee will be added to the total order. Shipping outside of the United States is not available.
Set contains the equivalent of the card stock from six individual sets for the price of four.
From Kristy Gross's 8th grade class "Nightmare Before Christmas"
From Kristy Gross's 8th grade class "Michael Jordan"
Andrew Gatt built this amazing Paper Roller Coaster with the help of his sons, Daniel and Gregory. It was completed in December 2014 and still stands in their home.
Took a bit to prep and get ready but WOW my kids are so engaged and won't stop building!!!! They are coming in every extra second they have to work on it!!!! I've loved listening to the conversations and talking about the physics needed to make it work.
WOW!!! All I can say is WOW! Parents donated cardstock and students had a blast! It was a way to reduce the rollercoaster experiment from piping insulation and lots of duct tape to a doable classroom of fun excitement with just cardstock and tape!!! Wonderful!!!!
This was by far one of the best end of the year units I have done with my students. My fourth graders loved being able to work with their friends designing a rollercoaster. They were also able to learn so many different physics concepts and put that knowledge to work.