How to Make a Robot Project for Kindergarten

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Making a robot project for kindergarten will require scissors and a number of other important items. Make a robot project for kindergarten with help from a former family case worker for CPS in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Christina, and this is how to make a robot project. We'll be using a tin can and other household items to make a really fun robot with movable parts. For this project, we'll be using a tin can, scissors, wing nuts, bolts, washers, duct tape, a magnetic strip and a glue gun. We're also going to be making an antenna out of a pipe cleaner. There is some assembly required for this project before it can be handed off to kids to play with. First using our duct tape, we're going to seal off the sharp ends on our tin can. Next we're going to cut our magnetic strip in about half inches pieces. Next, using our glue gun, we're going to put a dab of glue and then, place your bolt on the dab of glue. We're going to be gluing all of our nuts and washers onto the magnets. Now that all the pieces are glued to the magnet,s it's ready to be passed onto the kids. This is really fun for them to assemble and everything is completely removable. They can use their imagination, placing the piece on the tin can. What a perfect way to reuse items that you have around the house to be able to make something that's so much fun to play with. It's a great way to not only teach them about magnets and shapes, but to use their imagination. Thanks for watching.


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