A. A. Milne by Charlotte Guillain

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Step 4: Put a small piece of double-sided tape on the back of the toothbrush head. ) Place one of the exposed wires from the motor onto the tape and press it down. Step 5: Place a button battery on top of the wire and press it into the tape. The wire already stuck to the tape needs to be sandwiched between the motor and the tape. It does not matter which way the battery faces because the motor can spin in either direction. Step 6: Place the motor on top of the double-sided tape. You want the weight to slightly hang over the end of the toothbrush head.

You can reassemble the top when you’re finished. ROBOT SCIENCE The LED Light Show is not technically a robot, but it sure is entertaining. LED lights are amazing little bulbs that are becoming more and more popular because they save money and electricity. LEDs are small and can fit almost anywhere. They don’t have a filament like an old-fashioned incandescent light bulb, so they don’t burn out. They also don’t get very hot, so they are more efficient and use less energy. They create light simply by the movement of electrons in a semiconductor material.

This takes some muscle, so feel free to get help from an older sibling or an adult. You can also use a paper clip to create a small hole first to help. Make sure the glue stick piece is free to spin. Step 10: Use extra tape to secure the motor and battery holder to the top of the can. The motor is really going to vibrate, so it must be taped securely. If it comes off during the cancan dance, simply add more tape as you replace it. Step 11: Test the Cancan Dancer while it is up in the air. Touch the battery to the battery holder.

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