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My cardboard arcade design

For more than 1 month, I made the cardboard arcade game.  While making the game, my biggest obstacle was that it was really hard to make marble slide through the hold. I had to attach cardboard diagonally to make marble slide down to the hole that is under the big main hole.

 

One thing I’d like to change is that I want to make a shooter instead of just throwing the ball.  If I make a shooter, the game will be much more fun than now.

 

This is the photograph of my game.

 

One piece of advice that I’d like to give to my future student is that before making, you should measure everything and prepare for every situation or problem that will happen during the making.

THIS IS MY PERSONAL NARRATIVE

My big, big fight (final Assessment)

My insulator!

            My cup insulator reflection

 

There is a link above! this is my reflection about my cup insulator!

ppt for chinese

https://isbdragons-my.sharepoint.com/personal/june_chang_student_isb_bj_edu_cn/_layouts/15/doc.aspx?sourcedoc={ae51d636-f409-4273-a889-431dffd4c6c1}&action=edit

MY THINGLINK!

https://www.thinglink.com/scene/1362288710967623681

USE THIS LINK TO ACCESS TO MY THING LINK!

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