For my cup warmer, I think that it worked pretty good, it only dropped 10 degrees. My partners are Serena and Jade. At last our cap fell off and we had a little bit of material, so we just use tape from our homeroom and just fixed it. We did 2 experiment, the first one dropped like 16 degrees, but after we fixed the cap it was better, so I think we did a great job observing and making changes to make it better! I think if we do this again what we’ll change is making the cap better, we can maybe make the cap thicker and use more foil, because the cap is mostly made out of foil, and it’s the hottest part of the cup. So it can trap for heatness and coldness, because when you buy cold stuff from the grocery store it gives you something like foil. So I think foil does the best job.
My biggest success is I made the 4th graders happy, and having fun with my partner Daisy.L, we laughed a lot but we learned a lot things, like duct tape is bad for cardboard, because when it has air in it, it breaks… I wish there was more time on design class and I had a lot of fun with Mr.Laymond! Me and Daisy figured a way to let the cardboard stick, it was still using the duct tape but sealing the edge so it could bend. When the 4th graders came it didn’t really break because we made it more stable, and I think the 4th graders had a lot of fun!
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