Turn Off A Light
Saturday, January 18, 2020 Setup Time:
8:30 AM Contest Start Time:
Live Apprentice - Ages 8 - 11 (Elementary School)
Gianna Guenther - invitation signed.
Eva Shaw - invitation signed.
Anabelle Oakes - invitation signed.
Katy Madrigal - invitation signed.
Emma Hinton - invitation signed.
Mally Glanton - invitation signed.
Taylor Harris - invitation signed.
Isabelle Wright - invitation signed.
Tynlee Brown - invitation signed.
Cameron O\'Neal - invitation signed.
Sarai Hill - invitation signed.
What we're studying:
Recycling/UpcyclingOur Team Leader's favorite quote:
Just look around!Why we think we should win:
We want to win because we worked extremely hard and the whole machine by using recycling materials found in our school. we spent less than ten dollars on the machine but many many hours thinking about, planing, and building the machine.
The fist thing we did was we thought of the theme. We shared ideas, and Emma thought of a theme park. But then it was hard to make it look like a theme park so after months of trying to come up with easy ideas for our theme park we desided to change the theme so then we came up with upcycling.
Our Step List
1. Marble Maze Drop (attached to cardboard hinged with tape)
2. Marble hits truck
3. Truck hits jenga blocks
4. Jenga blocks domino and knock bowling ball
5. Bowling ball falls down ramp and hits CD cases
6. Cd cases push car
7. Car goes into pulley bucket
8. Bucket weight hits cd case hinged to a wooden block
9. CD case releases ball held in place with a paper clip
10. Ball rolls down ramp through slinky
11. Ball hits car
12. Car goes down ramp and hits bowling ball
13. Bowling ball pushes the tennis ball (screw)
14. Screw releases and hits wheel and axle
15. Wheel and axle hit glitter tape
16. Glitter tape rolls down ramp (old VHS cases) and turns off light.
Our Close-ups: Photos
A maximum of 3 close-ups (scanned diagrams, photos). Images must be JPG or PNG, and less than 5 MB.
Our Close-ups: Task Completion
Our Machine Verbal Presentation. This is your team’s chance to shine and be creative! We want to hear the story your machine tells, and understand how the steps represent the theme and key elements of your narrative. The Machine Introduction should not be a step-by-step explanation of how the steps work. This is where your personality, humor, and team spirit engages the audience and gets them excited to see your machine.
Our Machine Run Videos