Skills that I learned or developed were using knives and hot glue( realllllllyyyyyy important!!!)
One concern that was shared with me was that it was really hard to score.
Overall, I think my project was successful because it looks good, but unsuccessful because it is too hard to play.
Lucas & Benjamin
Autumn is here, and the temperature is getting colder. The hot water turns cold very quickly, and our goal was to make a cup insulator that will keep the water hot, and not burn yourself with the hot water.
We first made a prototype that covered the cup, so that we could copy it with the evafoam. It went really well, we could fit the cup easily, we would burn ourselves and the insulator felt really good. The only big problem we had was that it was hard to take out, and the dried hot glue sticking out of the edges made our insulator look ugly.
For our cup insulator, we fixed the issue that is looks bad
Here is the reflection
But anyway, here is what out cup looks like now, after we cut off the dried glue edges.
I am really proud that me and my partner worked together and compromised.
Next time, we will try to focus on looks more, and we will try to make it easier to use.
The hardest thing of this project was to glue the shape together, as we were making an insulator that covers the cup.
We learned that teamwork was important, and that we should use the prototype.
This is Benjamin’s I am from poem. Enjoy!
This is the story of how I got my name. Enjoy!
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