Recent Submissions

Jeep

 Here is an off-the-road vehicle build by Nikita from Poland. It is made from Lego WeDo 2.0 and equipped with suspended wheels at the back and caterpillar track in the front. This “jeep” works well on a bumpy track and is controlled by the motion sensor. The model was slightly modified before video was taken. 

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Cat-Phoenix-Alien

 Coach Celeste’s team at the Main Street Homeschool Auxiliary invented Sarah, the Cat-Phoenix-Alien who fiercely guards her eggs. When a trespasser like Sam or Bob approaches, she flaps her wings, swings her head, swishes her tail, and roars to scare them away speedily!  Check out that complex coding!

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Robo Dragasus

 Coach Jaime’s team at the Main Street Homeschool Auxiliary dreamed up the Robo Dragasus, a complex beast with the front of a dragon and the rear of a pegasus.  Robo Dragasus uses a motion sensor to detect intruders who are after his treasure.  When a thief is near, Robo Dragasus breathes perilous flames and the […]

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The Droenix

Coach Kathryn’s team at the Main Street Homeschool Auxiliary created the Droenix, a dragon-phoenix hybrid with destructive spinning arms that threaten to knock out raiders in search of his hidden gold.  His arch enemy is Indiana Jones – watch what happens when Indy gets too close!  Indy wins!  He sits triumphantly atop the ruins of […]

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The football match

Carla, Alejandro and Pablo have built a football field with two players and two goalkeepers. Two motion sensors have been used to detect the ball, and when this happens two lights are lit on the goal. They have designed a video game with Scratch, with a football player hitting a ball, when this happens, the […]

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The bat hunter

Carlos has designed a video game with Scratch, everything you can find in the game has been designed by him, the bat, the shotgun, the bullet … And he has also built a Lego Wedo construction, a bat that moves his wings when a bullet hits him in the video game.   YouTube

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