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Trillium Learning Global Language and Culture Project. The Perfect Pringle. Woodside Elementary School River Vale, New Jersey Teacher: Ms. Meryl Wolf Hannah Ahn, Nicole Criscuolo, Anthony DeWitt, Joseph Jasionowski, and Isabella Tjan. Challenge Picture. Challenge.

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The perfect pringle

Trillium Learning Global Language and Culture Project

The Perfect Pringle

Woodside Elementary School

River Vale, New Jersey

Teacher: Ms. Meryl Wolf

Hannah Ahn, Nicole Criscuolo, Anthony DeWitt, Joseph Jasionowski, and Isabella Tjan


Challenge picture

ChallengePicture


Challenge

Challenge

  • We had to design a package to protect a Pringle when we mailed it.

  • We had to make the package light and small (minimum 30 cubic inches) but tough enough to withstand other heavy packages and rough handling.


Process

Process

  • First, we brought in materials.

  • We split up, three people worked on constructing the box; two people tested the materials.

  • We decided on the materials.

  • We made the box out of cardboard and made it into a shape that fit the standards.

  • We did test runs with the box and the different materials we were considering.

  • We tested the chip in different positions and found the the best position.


Pictures of process

Pictures of Process


Materials

Materials

  • We used shredded paper and found out that it was light and protective.

  • We tried bubble wrap which did not work very well; it was not very flexible.

  • Our pillow stuffing also worked in the box.

  • We learned that the smaller packing peanuts worked better than the big ones when we crushed them up.


Pictures of materials

Pictures of Materials


Testing

Testing

  • We made the testing package, then tossed it to each other.

  • We threw it on the ground.

  • We did the ‘Dictionary Test’ to see how much weight it could endure. We piled six 1,098 page dictionaries on a single box.


Pictures of testing

Pictures of Testing


Results and conclusion

Results and Conclusion

  • Teamwork was important and some of us had great ideas.

  • We listened to everyone and compromised between some good ideas.

  • Communication was important because it helped us with the project.

  • We had a really good time doing this project and it was a great learning experience.


Results and conclusion pictures

Results and Conclusion Pictures


The p a i n t e d eggs

The Painted Eggs

Do you always use brown eggs?

What do you use for painting them?

Does the size of the egg matter?

How about the size of the hole in the egg?


Thank you

THANK YOU!

Thank you for watching our presentation about the Pringle project.

We hope you enjoyed the presentation as much as we enjoyed creating it!


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