Entp-converted.pdf - What were my intended results What I intended on to deliver was a product which was chemical free and didn\u2019t involve the use of

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What were my intended results? What I intended on to deliver was a product which was chemical free and didn’t involve the use of plastic. It was to deliver a toy which removed the hindrance to environmentally friendly toy for the ages of 3-12. What were my actual results? My actual results were nowhere near a legitimate prototype. It was to involve a plant and wood chips to join the product. Where I struggled was to make a concrete structure for the product. I also failed to make and find a resource that would cover the color aspect of the product. What caused my results? What caused my results was a paper I had written in my first semester. It was on the effects of toxic chemicals and how it impacts them, the environment, etc. It was also the need to deliver a product that didn’t
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Unformatted text preview: involve plastic. Looking at the statistics which involved about 80% of the toys coming from china. This would be a toy locally made with sustainable sources. What will I do the same next time? The main framework of the idea remains the same. I will continue to keep the target market, and making the actual structure of the toy with a plant based material along with wooden chips/ wooden shavings. What will I do differently next time? What I aim to do differently next time is to find another source which is more rigid and goes hand in hand with the color aspect of the toy. It would be a sustainable source along with being compatible with the plant based material and wooden chips....
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