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Things to do for fun with kids: How to build a water rocket to


Water proppoled rocket toy
Water proppoled rocket toy


You are like me and love rocket. You couldn't miss a NASA rocket launch in the TV back in the day. That was a big thing though.


But why not making my own rocket. That crossed you or your kids mind a thousand times. Then, it can be done. A thousand time as well but let stop at a really simple way. Propulsion with water.


Yes, yes! If you are looking for outdoor fun activities or entertainment for kids in DC and Maryland, you are at the right place. We will see how to build a water propelled rocket toy.



Place and date of the water rocket toy launch


It will be on June 17th 2023 at 4 pm in Donwtown Silver Spring, Maryland, 20910:

  • 8900 Fairview Rd, Silver Spring, MD 20910


RSVP


You can RSVP can with the following link: How to make a water rocket toy for kids


Where to park


There is a parking garage entrance on Fenton and Cameron street. It's free on Weekend. you can also park in the street at no charge.


What do I need to bring


The event is free. But for everybody to participate and enjoy it at it's maximum, please bring:

  • 1 gallon of water

  • 1 bottle of water 32 oz. Choose the following bottles. It's very IMPORTANT.

  • A Smartwater bottle, a Dasani or a 32 oz or around of a Fanta or Coke bottle.



Online after-school and summer camps in Takoma Park Maryland


You and your children are looking for nice fun activities and learning new things and skills. Come join us starting in May and this summer for more online classes such as:


  • Python coding for kids and teens

  • Coding for elementary school students

  • Make video games

  • Electronics

  • Digital modeling (Create cars, rockets, rings, etc) for 3D printing

  • and much more

  • with the following link: Online after-schools


And the STEM summer camp for your kids is organized in Takoma Park Maryland nearby Washington DC to have fun and learn more about robotics, coding, droning, and more. Check the link right here:



Other cute things to make and hand-crafts for kids


If you are looking for more ideas for kids' science experiments to do at home, take a look at these other activities:



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