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catapult: fully-working and operational catapult made from eight popsicle sticks, one straw, a plastic spoon, two rubber bands, two screws, some bits of eraser, a block of wood and some wood glue.

Good science activity for nature of science and simple machines, Catapult....kids will love this!!

DIY mini catapult...Day camp craft for physics week

9 craft sticks. Popsicle sticks may work, but wider sticks are much better. They can be found online at amazon or at your local craft store (I found some at Michaels for around $10) 4-6 rubber bands 1 plastic spoon Instructions

Even though this craft is more suited for school-aged children, a preschooler will love to play with it if you can give them a lot of help and direction to make this craft!

This same target idea could work for marshmellow shooters, too. Perhaps it would add a bit more control to the controlled chaos.