DIY Solar fan Physical Learning Toy and Science Experiments Kit
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DIY Solar fan Physical Learning Toy and Science Experiments Kit

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A DIY solar fan can be a great educational tool to teach about solar energy, the conversion of light to electricity, and basic electronics.

Below is a step-by-step guide to creating your own solar fan as a physical learning toy and science experiment kit:

Materials: Solar Panel: A small solar panel, preferably around 3V to 5V.

DC Motor: A small DC motor suitable for the fan's rotation.

Fan Blade: A lightweight fan blade that fits onto the DC motor's shaft. This can be purchased or crafted from light materials such as cardstock or plastic.

Motor Holder: Something to hold the motor in place, such as a plastic bracket or small stand.

Wires: 2 wires to connect the solar panel to the DC motor.


Prepare the Motor: Attach the lightweight fan blade to the DC motor's shaft. Ensure it's snug and doesn't wobble. If using a motor holder, secure the motor to it so that it remains upright.

Connecting the Solar Panel:

Attach one wire to the positive terminal of the solar panel and the other to the negative terminal. You can either solder them or use connectors if available.
Connect the other ends of the wires to the DC motor. The polarity generally doesn't matter for simple motors, but if the fan spins in the opposite direction than desired, switch the wires.


Place the solar panel under direct sunlight. The fan should start spinning. Adjust the panel's angle to see at which angle the fan spins the fastest, teaching the concept of optimal light absorption. If the fan doesn't spin, ensure all connections are secure and that the solar panel is receiving enough light.

Learning Outcomes and Discussion:

Solar Energy Conversion: This experiment illustrates the conversion of solar energy (light) into electrical energy and then into mechanical energy (fan spinning).

Optimal Angle for Sunlight: By adjusting the solar panel's angle, one can understand the importance of the angle of incidence in solar energy collection.

Energy Efficiency: Discuss why the fan might spin faster or slower under different conditions. This can lead to discussions about energy efficiency, resistance, and optimal conditions for solar panels.

Real-world Applications: Dive into discussions about the broader applications of solar energy in the world, from solar farms to solar-powered devices.

Remember to supervise young children during the experiment, especially if soldering or working with small parts. This DIY project offers an interactive and hands-on introduction to the principles of solar energy and electronics.


  • Great learning toys for kids to learn science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, It is beneficial for children's intelligence development.
  • DIY DIY Solar fan School Teaching Kits, Great for school physical teaching tool.
  • Excellent toy for students to learn, training courses for after-school classes.
  • Wonderful toy for ability training, dynamic brain, vision, and interest training.
  • laying a good foundation for future physics and chemistry studies.
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Physical Attributes

  • Dimensions (cm) L x W x H : 19.5 x 12 x 4
  • Weight (gm) : 112

Package Includes

  • 1 x DIY Solar fan Physical Learning Toy and Science Experiments Kit

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Shyam Mishra
Awesome toy for curious kids

This was a great gift for Birthday ! My nephew loved it. He loves building and science. It was perfect!

With the price

Lots of fun. Screws are a little difficult. Cheap time building with kids