Educated Inventors.


Our first idea was a pop can top that seals it for later we found this website where they are reusable aluminium cans that you pour pop into. We want a top for a regular can not a whole different can. The second website we found Patent was a patent that says that a seal was their idea but we want to put it so it is on top and there is a tab that you pull to take off easily. the last website we found is this one click here that is a can that can reseal itself witch is not the same idea. We found a fourth website click me! Ours will be different because when it pumps air it will make an animal noise with the picture of the animal on it. Our will attach to can differently, by screw it on and off. The animal noises is a kids edition.

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our second idea is a can opener that holds the can in place when you are opening, our first website is this one ours will be different because it will be manual with a crank on top. Our second website is here EZ can ours will be manual and also it will be much smaller. The last one is different from ours because ours will be manual and small also it will look like a cup holder.

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our last idea is a tool that grabs your eraser off a mechanical pencil when its too short to replace easily. Our first website is corkscrew website ours will be smaller and also it wont have the grip it will have just the screw and pole extending to grip on to. The second website is this this one . Ours will be different because in wont have a knife on it. The last website is this one . ours will be a screw not a tap.
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  • ** Use your research to choose the invention you like best. How did the research help your team decide which invention you wanted to bring to life?
    • Who can you talk to if you need help to solve problems & build your final product?
    • We can talk to our parents or teachers.
    • What materials do you need to build your invention or prototype?
    • wood,nails,tablecloth clamps,soft plastic and paints
    • Where do you plan to get those materials?
    • Home depot
    • How are you keeping the cost of your device low?
    • We are using scrap wood.
    • What are the steps needed to build your invention?
    1. Find measurements
    2. fit clamps to size
    3. cut wood to size for pump
    4. bend plastic into cut wood
    5. test
    • How will you test your invention?
    • open a can of pop put the top on it and leave it overnight.
    • How can you be sure your invention is safe?
    • by testing it several times.
      • Keep a detailed list of all materials used & how much each item cost or where you got it from.
      • What new skills did you learn while creating your invention?
      • How to use a laser cutter.
      • What changes did you make in your original plan?
      • We ended up not using a clamp or a pump.
      • Who helped you and what did they do?
      • Izzie's dad let us use the laser cutter and Abby's mom got us superglue.
      • What sources of information helped you with your invention?
      • Google.
      • How did you test your invention?
      • Opened a can of pop and left it overnight with the top.
      • If you could start over, what would you do differently? Would you change your design/materials/size/etc.?
      • We would use a different material for the top part.
      • How do you plan to catch the judges’ attention?
      • Have a colorful presentation.
      • Do you have a catchy product name?
      • Yes. Fizz Wizz
      • Do you have a product logo? Slogan? Jingle/Song? Moto?
      • No.
      • How are you packaging your product? Is it attractive?
      • We are putting it in clear plastic.
      • What type of display do you plan to use/make for your presentation?
      • A cardboard poster.
      • Can you demonstrate your product or give out samples?
      • We just have one prototype but we can show it off.
        • Cost of making the product.
        • $4.882
        • Time needed to produce the product.
        • 15 min.
        • How much you plan to sell your product for?
        • 5.99
        • What is your prediction for how much money this product can make over time?
        • $1,000 in a year.
        • How much money are you asking the SHARKS to invest? What will you use this money for?
        • $100 to get more products to make more tops.
        • How do you plan to promote your product to others?
        • Commercials.
        • What need does it serve? What problem does it solve?
        • It needs to seal the bubbles in a pop can.
        • Who is your audience? Who will buy this product?
        • Our audience is students and teachers and anyone who drinks pop will buy it.
        • Who is going to speak? What role will each person play in your presentation?
        • We will split the roles evenly among us.
        • What do you plan to wear for your presentation?
        • Regular outfits.
        • Thurs. 8th Starting wiki
          • Fri. 9th Working on wiki
          • Fri Mar 2nd working on wiki
          • Fri 9th Finding materials
          • Wed.14th Finding material for cap
          • Thu.15th Cutting straps to size and Velcro to size also painting straps.
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          • Fri.16 Working on presentation and putting puffy paint on.
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        • Our final product!
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