"I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious" - Albert Einstein

Author: Eee

My cardboard arcade game

The first picture is our token for our games.             The second picture is our games.              The third picture is the in side of the games


The biggest success was to improve the game from just a card board in to a game that can insert coin and a very interesting game.

The biggest obstacle is sticking thing in side the card board because the hole is too small for our hand.


keep it hot


In this week science class, we are solving a problem about how to solve the problem that how to keep a mug warm for ten-minute, so we use a waterproof EVA Foam and a string to keep it warm first, so we need to attach the string with the lid, and it can keep it warm. we are very surprised and proud that our project that the temperature got higher two times! And the hardest thing about this project is that the size of the lid and cutting it because if it too big it will not fit and when it is smaller our project will drown it to the hot water so it is the hardest.   






where I am from

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