As you can see, the Maker has been at it again. This time he put together a water-powered boat made from paper plates, a cup, a straw, some blue painter’s tape, and a wad of gum (which he borrowed from one of his brothers).
When I saw the working demonstration, this craft had already been tested on our rain-swollen creek and found float-worthy. You pour water in the cup, and as the water pours out through the straw, it pushes the boat forward, nifty as you please.
I don’t know where he comes up with this stuff. I just try to keep him in supplies.