Category Archives: Fairytale Fixer

Fairytale Fixer

Find a real solution to a fictional problem. Choose a fable, fairytale, or folktale. Use WeDo to engineer a solution to a problem in the story. A strong house with a wolf alarm for one of the three little pigs? An elevator for Rapunzel’s tower so the witch doesn’t need to climb her hair?  Help the characters live happily ever after.

morning-helper

Start date: May 1, 2015
Due date: May 31, 2015

Rules: Fix a fairytale, folktale, or fable. Show us how your design works and tell us how it might change the story. You can only use the sensors and motors from the WeDo kit. However, you are welcome to use multiple WeDo kits, additional LEGO pieces, and non-LEGO materials. Tips for using WeDo motors can be found here: Design for Motion. For tips on using sound with the WeDo program, check out this snippet: Programming Sound.

The thief hunted

Andrés is 7 years old, and this is his first challenge. He hasn’t used any known story, he wanted to invent a story about police and thieves. The thief has stolen something and the police is following him, but he doesn’t know that there is a trap prepared to him… Andrés has used the sensor […]

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Plane for Little Red Ridinghood

Everyone feels sorry reading tale about Little Red Ridinghood. Gloomy forest, Big Bad Wolf and grandmother waiting for little girl who is crossing those dangerous areas is really frightening story. Jas has decided to help the Red Ringhood. He did it combining his two hobbies: aeroplanes and creating robots and finally created jet which can […]

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Ariel’s Helper

Ariel had a lovely voice, but Ursula took her voice because she thinks Ariel’s voice will make her more beautiful and powerful. Nobody wants that. Especially not Ariel. And defintiely not Juan, Ruben, or Wendy. So they made a machine that spins its deadly whirling blades whenever Ursula is near. Ursula can’t take Ariel’s voice […]

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Mind Reader

Rumpelstilskin – gold-spinning imps, promises of babies, and a secret name to guess. But, why worry about guessing the imps name correctly when you can simply read his mind? David, Rodrigo, and Miranda teamed up to make a mind reader and imp punching combination. When you hold the mind reader up to the imp, the […]

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