the hardest thing in this project is that you have to make this looking well and also we have to let this project work as well as it can.
a new skill that i learn in this project was the glueing skill and the cutting skill.
A. Explain the problem you were trying to solve.
we are solving the working problem, this Insulator was not working as well as we thought.
B. Explain your process for solving this problem. (Write about how you used the engineering and design process.)
we are solving this problem, and the way to solve this was we need to make this thing not as fat as it was right now and not smaler as right now.
i am proud of how we did’t let the Insulator’s heat lusse so much.
we can make the out looking more good than before.
the hardest thing was we are make ing it look good, and making it working!
This is my Cardboard Arcade Game. And it’s Name was 300%, and this game there like 3 kind of hole’s and as you see in the pic, there where 5 holes, and the one on the very top, there was the 3 point hole.
i think that what we did well is we have 2 levels, one was the not hard one and one was a little hard for me, but it was hard for the kids. what we need to improve on was that we need to make this looking good next time, and if we have time to fix or do a another one I might work on the out looking.
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