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This project is a medium build, but if you are patient it's worth it.
If you want to create a kids’ pinball that isn’t a real pinball machine, then this project is for you. There are no bumpers, slingshot, pinball fingers, sound, etc.
Here is an example of a simple pinball game for kids.
When the glue has dried, turn the plank over and draw the design of your pinball game on the top. Here is an example.
Hammer in the nails, following your design. Be careful not to hit your fingers!
Mark the dowels for length, cut them and glue them to the plank.
When the glue has dried, you can embellish your design with the felt-tip marker.
Now stretch the rubber bands around the nails to create bumpers and the launcher.
You can add bumpers along the banister with nails and rubber bands as shown.
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