The new Blastcar™ racing activity is a merit-badge-driven activity intended for Boy Scouts. Scouts can use their knowledge to experience the engineering design process through sketching an idea for their racer, laying out a design, constructing the car, conducting trial tests, modifying their design, and adding finishing details. Scouts design their racers for optimum performance on the course(s) they’ve engineered as a team.
For Blastcar guidelines and instructions please click here. Learn More
Build your own rubber-band powered flying machine! Kit includes precut balsa, model airplane paper, propeller assembly, and instructions to make one prop-glider airplane. Measures 12" long with a wingspan of more than 10" Learn More
High carbon graphite is used to lubricate wheels of a Pinewood Derby® car for increased speed and performance. Tube-O-Lube is an odor free, extra-fine dry powdered lubricant which is dark grey/black in color. Graphite should be used with adult supervision only. Check local race rules for regulations regarding indoor use of graphite.
WARNING: Choking hazard. Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.