Our Proverb is: The Early Bird Catches the Worm. Our proverb means that someone who works hard and prepares creates more opportunities for achivement. We built a bird that flaps it wings and tweets to represent the early bird while the red lazy bird we built sleeps in its nest. We created a worm called […]
Our German proverb is: A Sparrow in the Hand is Better than a Dove on the Roof. Our proverb means that it is better to be happy with what you have than to be greedy for something else. We created a bird that tweets and rocks back and forth to represent our proverb.
Our proverb is: Don’t Judge a Book by Its Cover. Our proverb means that you shouldn’t prejudge people or things based upon their outward appeareance. We created a spinning book with a torn cover to represent our proverb.
Our African Proverb is: If You Watch Your Pot, Your Food Will not Burn. Our proverb means that you must be careful in life in order to stay out of trouble. We created a pot that rocked back and forth over a fire with a mini fig to watch over it.
Our proverb is: When Life Gives You Lemons, Make Lemonade. We created a lemonade factory to represent our proverb.
Our Proverb is: A Beautiful Thing is Never Perfect. Our proverb means no matter how beautiful something may seem, it always has a flaw. We showed that by representing a bee and a flower. The flower and bee represent something that is very beautiful yet the bee stings and flowers often have thorns. Our program […]
Our proverb is: A Minute on Your Lips is Forever on Your Hips. Our proverb means that some foods are very tasty and make us happy for just a minute, but their unhealthy fattening qualities can affect us for our entire life by causing us to gain weight. We built a doughnut shop to represent […]
Our proverb from Madagascar is: Words are Like Eggs When They Hatch They Have Wings. Our proverb means that when you say something unkind it is very difficult to take it back. Your ugly works take flight just like a hatched bird would. We made a LEGO bird and attached a motor to it along […]
My Jamaican proverb is: If You Go to a Donkey’s House Don’t Talk About Ears. This proverb means don’t judge other people by their appearance. I made the donkey by looking at a picture of a LEGO horse and using it as the base of my design. Then I changed it’s features to look like […]
Our proverb, Don’t Set Sail on Other People’s Stars, means that you should follow your own star. It means that you should choose your own path and not follow other people. We created a boat on a background of stars t oshow our proverb. We used a motor and gears to enable our boat to […]