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How to Make a Homemade Rocket for Kids?

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Water rockets are great for kids to make themselves and are much safer if you're worried about using the models where you have to light the launcher. You'll need a couple of soda bottles, card board, some paint for decoration, and of course, water. How to build a water rocket. www.instructables.com
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The easiest way to make a rocket is to use a 2 liter plastic bottle, make some fins and a cone out of cardboard and put it together with duct tape. For more information look here: For instructions look here: www.lnhs.org;
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