We used yarn, construction paper, pom poms, and googly eyes to create our Fuzzy Cat and Paper Kittens. We programmed this Mama Cat to rise up and play with her babies.
Mama Bird and her Spinning Babies We used colorful feathers and hot glue to decorate our Mama Bird Baby Bird. Using two kits and two laptops, we programmed our Baby Birds to spin. We enjoyed experimenting with belts, crossed belts, and pulleys to change the speed of our spinning babies! We used a tilt sensor […]
Our Running Jaguar uses construction paper, marker, and tape to the spots on our speedy cat. Our program lets our jaguar move up and down and roar. We gave him a little help by pushing him to show how he would run.
We created a grass-eating turtle to help farmers keep their farmyard clean. Our turtle munches on grasss as he slowly moves through the LEGO farm.
We designed a milk tractor for Dr. E’s WEDO Farm. Our tractor is designed to help dairy farmers move their milk from place to place.
We designed Rosetta the Lawn-Mowing Lamb to keep the LEGO Farm nice and tidy! Our farmer never has to mow the grass again, because Rosetta is here to do the job. She munches on grass because it is yummy for her. We built our own lamb and added it to a motor and two wheels. […]
We designed a robotic chicken coop. Some of our group are chicken keepers and realized that it’s hard to clean the chicken poop! So, we designed a moving coop to spread the poop and fertilized the farm. It was very hard to build. We combined the design for a frog and added wheels, then we […]
Our proverb is: Early to Bed Early to Rise Makes a Man Healthy, Wealthy, and Wise. Our proverb means that someone who gets enough sleep and starts work early in the day will have a successful life.
Our Proverb is: A Picture Paints a Thousand Words. Our proverb means that a complex idea can often be explained more effectively with just a single picture. In order to show this, we created a picture using LEGOs. In our LEGO picture, we wrote words suggesting all of the different meanings a picture could have. […]