To play online press the screenshot above and then the start button. Or you can download the game and play offline.
The automobile structure in a fun online educational physics class game.
"Car Parts Puzzle" is a free online knowledge level game, which connects the car interest to physics.
It may develop some curiosity about science in automobile fans. The fun is to arrange all parts of the car at the designated places, and while doing so, to learn that each part used some physical phenomena to work.
Simple automobile parts learning game. A small puzzle for desktop computers, laptops and tablets, which may be played in the web browser.
The Physics Knowledge Board include 14 car part pieces to play with. Simple car structure, part of the Interactive Physics Workshop educational tools.
This interactive lesson may answer some of the following questions:
Which are the most basic automobile parts?
What is a car consist of?
How is friction used in cars?
How is electricity used in cars?
How is pneumatics used in cars?
How is cooling used in cars?
How is ignition used in cars?
Where is adhesion used in cars?
How is pressure used in cars?
How is transmission used in cars?
What does the starter do?
What does the exhaust do?
What does the carburetor do?
Where is the engine located in the car?
Where is the transmission located in the car?
Where is the radiator located in the car?
How to play Car Puzzle.
Assemble the car parts. There are 14 automobile parts, situated on the upper part of the screen.
Drag and drop them in the correct place in the outlined car in the bottom of the screen.
A small information window will show short description about the parts their physics application.
Upon completion, new Knowledge Level is achieved.
Know the basic automobile parts, what they do and where they are situated in the car.
Winning the game rewards +1 Knowledge Level.
Stand Alone version (bottom of the page) include an executable file for Windows OS with local levels only.
Class subject: The physics of cars.
Included in the game car parts and their physics application: