Tornado Twister Hot Wheels
Fast car game from hotwheels.
Mind-boggling speeds and loop-de-loop thrills for Hot Wheels fans. Four D batteries (not supplied) power two rubber flywheels; push one of the two included cars toward the flywheels and watch the cars explode up the 3-foot tower before racing round no less than three mid- air loops. Then they coast down, hit those rotating wheels, and get blasted all over again. Sometimes the force is too great and the cars just fly off the track, but that's part of the fun.
Children are often captivated by the awe-inspiring power and mystery of tornadoes, a natural phenomenon that seems almost fantastical in its ability to reshape landscapes and command attention. Whether they learn about them in school, see them on TV, or hear adults discuss them, tornadoes can spark a sense of wonder and curiosity in kids. This fascination often leads to a desire to understand the science behind tornadoes, from how they form to the conditions that fuel them, making it an excellent entry point for discussions on weather, physics, and environmental science. The dramatic visuals of swirling funnels and the stories of survival can seem both adventurous and heroic, capturing children's imaginations. However, it's important to balance this interest with education about safety precautions to ensure that fascination doesn't turn into reckless behavior.