In the January/February issue, we asked you to Invent a Robot for a chance to win a Zoomer Dino.
Syrah Lake, 8, won with her robot called Bermey. Read all about Bermey below!
My Robot’s Name is Bermey.
He is made of metal. He has a square head, rectangle legs, buttons on his chest, a door on his tummy, hands like claws, and a speaker mouth. He is very colourful. His ears are cylinders on the side of his head with small holes in them. His neck is a strong spring. He has flexible antennae on the top of his head and he smells with them; he has no nose.
My robot can speak, he will talk back when I talk to him and have a conversation, and he also follows instructions if I give him a command. He can move his arms and legs, and he can move his head all the way around. His body bends below his tummy, his legs bend in half and he can pick things up with his hands. His eyes don’t move, to look around he has to move his head. Bermey doesn’t walk, he has wheels on the bottom of his feet. He can move fast.
Special things my robot can do:
One arm has a button that internally changes that hand from a claw to many other useful tools like a hammer, pencil, scissors, screwdriver and a shovel.
There is a door on his stomach and if you put a seed inside, close the door and press the button, it will grow a flower. If you put in an apple seed, it will grow an apple and a banana peel grows a new banana.
Bermey has a small fuel tank that holds enough fuel to last 12 hours. If he runs out of fuel he can be plugged into a regular outlet. He is awake from the electricity but has to stay plugged in until he is filled up again.
What do you think of Bermey the Robot? Leave a comment below!
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