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What Are Some Cool School Projects You Made?
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25 / M / mi casa
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Posted 6/6/08
mine was bout steroids....some cool pics of guys all deformd....nice....but noting out of the ordinary
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For me, the coolest project I had ever made was the clay aquarium when i was in first year high school. My teacher kept it until now in our school. That was 6 years ago!!!
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That's from a comic I made for "24 self portraits" for my art school (about 5 years old).
Posted 6/6/08
I made a huuuuge Japanese tapistry for my A-Level art final piece . It had a pagoda with the legend of the koi-dragon (koi turning into dragon), and I used lots of different coloured silks and sequins. There was a koi fish with the Japanese flag on it, a samurai, a geisha with an umbrella, an ogi, cherry blossoms, sais, and I did some caligraphy and sewed it on. It took me aaages now it's on display in the school hall which rocks because everyone knows I did it and it's like "woah omg" whats also nice is that it has a tag on it saying '60/60marks, grade A' they better give it back to me before I leave school there is no way I'm leaving without it! Definitely the biggest, best piece of awesome I have ever done.

Posted 1/4/11
Most of the projects i did were in my electronics class in high school, the the two notiable (team) projects was the crane and the hovercraft


The first project we built was to pick up a 2x2 block, rotate and release...my job was to make it rotate and it was probably the only one tht upholds it function without any problems, either way my team built a decent crane tht does do it's function (some barely lol), but the damn crane design is nearly impossible to do since we improvised it with wood, wire gears, rubber bands, and a homasote (unless we buy something, which no1 will ever do). It did pick up the block after several tries but only one time


The second project was a hovercraft which was completed and made, but of course it failed since the leaf blower we had didn't work and me and my teammate wouldn't waste money on a shopvac or a leaf blower =(
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Posted 1/4/11
I don't do cool projects for school. I'm a procrastinator, I do my projects in the morning of the due date. xD
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I won 1st place in the 7th Grade Science Fair for my experiment with growth of grey crickets.
It demonstrated the difference in size the crickets achieve through a few specific diets.
Some crickets got vitamins and some crickets got powder food and some crickets got organic food etc...etc.

There were(grammar?) about 15 dead crickets taped onto a 3 crease presentation cardboard and people liked it.
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Posted 1/4/11

Well the ones I remember...

For a book report we had to built a miniature of an important scene from the book we read. I did the carnival from Something Wicked This Way Comes by Ray Bradbury. It came out pretty good.

In ceramic class I made a cylinder lantern with a Chinese dragon motif. Then design was made up of a series of small cut-out swirls that when the candle was inserted the light projected the dragon.
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I've actually never made anything *amazing and super cool* for a school project. But just recently (back in September or October I believe), my friend and I did a pretty wicked English project. The theme was "Technological Advancements in [Topic of Choice]" My friend and I did ours on personal audio and video devices, and basically we covered a bunch of stuff through time from the phonograph to Beta tapes to iPods and DVDs, and so on. It wasn't as definitive as I would have liked, but I think we hit all the key points because we got a 95 on it. Our project consisted of:

2 different timelines (on poster paper, of course...so the class could see): 1 for the audio portion, 1 for the video portion.
A big, nice colourful poster with the main information but also some irrelevant, but cool facts.
A nice, long written report I typd the night before. Which was quite an amazing feat for me, since I rarely put effort into anything.

The only necessary components, however, were a poster/oral presentation.

Oh, and for Native Food & Regalia, I got to make moccasins. I never finished them, though. I skip that class a lot.
Posted 4/21/11
A cardboard boat and a Greek shield out of Styrofoam. Oh yeah, masks with paper-mache!
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Posted 4/21/11
This report I never turned in about how big my dick was.
Posted 4/21/11
Catapault. the idiots on my team were screwing off so I had to make it and bring it up school. It shot further then it was suppsoe to, and the other three got credit for it. That was pretty cool in a way. Everything else not so cool, just dull home work.
Posted 4/21/11
I did a project on Indian and Hindu marriage, engagement, and weddings, and I went all out. I had two poster boards filled with images, my own writing, and news articles about dowry and bride burning. I brought in an Indian dessert that my mother made. I wore a yellow Indian traditional outfit. I had a CD of Indian music. It was epic. I loved that project and wish I had pictures to remind me of it, I put so much heart into it whereas other students just didn't give a fuck at all.
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I made my own bridge in Physics a couple weeks ago. was about 47.2 feet long when I measured it. took about 4-5 months to make, starting with a small wooden model then moving on to the final model in metal. then we put toy cars on it & the teacher placed a large fan facing & blew roughly 40-55 mph winds to test for stability. nothing happened, no swaying, nothing, so I passed.

I dont think these are projects, but these are fun lab experiments. In my AP Anatomy class, we do LOTS of dissections. Dissected (or actually skinned) a fetal pig during the Integumentary (skin) chapter. We dissected a sheep's eyeball, which was awesome. We also dissected a sheep's brain, which was awesome except for the stench of death. For a project, we boiled a dead chicken (with its head on, no feathers) until the flesh melted off the bones & we put the skeleton back together like a dinosaur. We also cut ourselves for blood typing, dissected a sheep's heart, dissected a fetal pig's skull & removed the brain intact. Pics on my phone
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Posted 4/21/11
An eight-paged story in play format (I'm having a blank moment; I don't think that's the proper term for it, but I can't think of it) using Alice in Wonderland characters to display different personalities. I needed at least two out of the following: epicurean, skeptic, stoic, and cynic. It only had to be one page, we had to put them in any situation that obviously displayed who was who, and I decided to use Alice in Wonderland characters, and of course, kept them accurate to how they were originally displayed in the story. If my memory serves me, the Mad Hatter was the skeptic, the Caterpillar was the Cynic, possibly. The White Rabbit was... The Stoic? And the Cheshire Cat was the Epicurean(he also served as a crazy narrator).

It didn't involve Alice whatsoever, and it is implied that it takes place after Alice had come and gone. It was about the White Rabbit, who'd been commanded by the Red Queen (aka "God") to find a way to kill the card 69 (who, although a very unlucky card, does exist. He just isn't fond of the idea of being flung around in a deck of cards, he finds it demeaning), because the Red Queen is no longer satisfied with a simple "Off with his head!" and left the important task of deciding how to kill him up to the White Rabbit. The White Rabbit is late, because his clock is still broken (by the Mad Hatter and the March Hare back when Alice was there), and in his rush he happens by the Caterpillar, who thinks he is a fool, and believes that by doing whatever he wants, he is, in some way or another, part of God's plan. The White Rabbit, not wanting to bother with arguing because he didn't have the time, grabs him, and makes his way out of the Mushroom Patch and to the Tea Party Garden, where he comes across the Mad Hatter and March Hare, and their "pet", a broken television set, which they are "feeding" boiling tea. The Mad Hatter, after continuing to ask him riddles (including "how is a raven like a writing desk?"), comes along.

They come to a strange place, with five exits. One is the path they just took, another is the Gallows (which the White Rabbit uses to kill himself in order to be with the Red Queen, his God), a third is a hole (which the Mad Hatter assumes will take him back to the garden, and instead, lands him on some sharp rocks, killing him), the fourth is a puddle which takes the Caterpillar back to his Mushroom Patch, but he later, ironically, dies from poisonous mushroom gas, and the fifth exit is a large screen. The Cheshire Cat goes through it and lands in a blank room filled with the sound of static, where he gives an ending speech, including his saying that there needed to be at least one left alive, or no one would smile. He then spontaneously combusted, and that concluded it.

I liked it, it was fun, and the Mad Hatter and March Hare listed numerous torture devices in regards to killing the card 69. It was also the first time I wrote in that format, and I got above an A, even though it was late, because I'm an absolute procrastinator. xD
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