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1 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 1 Challenge E: TWIST~O~RAMA This is a Structure Challenge! How much does it weigh, can it withstand the impact, and how much weight will it hold? TEAM MANAGER VERSION 2012/2013

2 TW IST–O–RAMA TWIST~O~RAMA ( aka What No Wood?)

3 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 3 Today’s Presentation  Introduction/Synopsis  The Central Challenge  Team Choice Elements  Special Procedures  Other Important Information

4 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 4 Twist~O~Rama Disclaimer This presentation and comments presented during the webinar are based on the written challenge, but nonetheless represent the interpretation of the Colorado ACMs. The presentation has not been reviewed or approved by the Challenge E ICMs or DI Headquarters. If you are unsure or confused about something, or think we’re in error, please submit a clarification request.

5 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 5 Where This Challenge Will Take The Team!  Design, build, and test a structure of materials from a list, that does not include WOOD.  Test the structure by placing weights on it and by subjecting it to TORQUE-INDUCING forces  Produce a PROP or COSTUME made only of the materials used in the structure.  Tell a story with an unexpected TWIST or SURPRISING change  Create and integrate two TEAM CHOICE ELEMENTS into the presentation.  Budget: Up to $100.00

6 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 6 Team Member and Manager Responsibilities Read the “Rules of the Road” Understand the “Rules of the Road” Read the Challenge Understand the Challenge Question the Challenge Read the Challenge Again Read the “Rules of the Road” Again Teams can request a clarification (before 2/15/13)

7 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 7 COLORADO CO-ACMs Ron Dutton -- Nora Johnson -- Eric Stevens -- Jes Cofran --

8 TW IST–O–RAMA Regional Challenge Masters (Colorado) Ron Dutton (State, South Metro) Eric Stevens (State, Southwest) Nora Johnson (State, Boulder) Jessica Cofran (State, Denver) Jim Sirko (Jeffco, North Metro) Peter and Nora Johnson Mark Adams (Cherry Steve Taylor (co-Denver) Amanda Taylor Marcy Greene (North Tala Mastalir (Pikes Ed Stephens (South)e (Western Slope)Contact one of the ACMs.

9 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Regional Tournaments [All in 2013] March 2Pikes Peak and Jeffco March 9Cherry Creek, South Metro, North Metro March 16Boulder, Denver March 23South, Southwest, Western Slope April 13State Tournament

10 TW IST–O–RAMA Team Manager Training January 15, 2013 (Webinar) RCM’s – Please plan to attend one or both of the “live” sessions and join in on the webinars

11 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 11 The Central Challenge

12 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 12 The Central Challenge Intent of the Challenge: Design and build a structure made using only materials from a list. Approved materials do not include natural wood or products made from natural wood. Test its strength by placing weight upon it at the Tournament and completing impacts. Scoring based on the ratio of the weight of the Structure to the “total weight held”. “Total weight held” = actual weight held + bonus for each successful RAM impact

13 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 13 The Central Challenge Intent of the Challenge (cont’d): A Story with an unexpected event or twist. A prop or costume using only the same material types used in the Structure.

14 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 14 The Central Challenge Structure Specifications:  Must be only from approved materials.  Height: At least 7.5 in. and no more than 9 in.  Weight: total weight of the structure must not exceed 175 grams ( ~ 6.15 ounces)  Must fit on the Structure Tester and have an opening the entire height of the Structure that accepts a circular column with a 2.0 in. (5.1 cm) outside diameter column.

15 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 15 The Central Challenge Structure Specifications – (cont’d):  Non-acceptable substances include natural wood and materials made from wood (even partially).  Teams must use at least the number of different types of materials specified for the teams competitive level [Elem = 3, Middle = 4, Secondary = 5]  Glue counts as one of the materials. Teams may use more than one type of Glue (incl. 2-part epoxy, Gorilla Glue, super glue, wood glue, hot glue & glue using an accelerant).  Glue: any commercially available adhesive material capable of creating a permanent bond (incl. 2-part epoxy, Gorilla Glue, super glue, wood glue, hot glue & glue using an accelerant).

16 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 16 Special Procedures The structure must be made entirely of materials listed below. i.Elementary level teams must use at least three (3) materials ii.Middle level teams must use at least four (4) materials iii.Secondary/college/university level teams must use at least five (5) materials Only materials from the Structure Materials List (follows) may be used.

17 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 17 Structure Material List (pg. 3) Aluminum Foil Bamboo Copper Wire Cork Corrugated CardboardDuct Tape Glue Hook-&-Loop fastener Monofilament Fishing Line Newsprint Latex-Free or Mylar BalloonsLatex-Free Rubber Bands Pasta (commercial, not homemade) Plastic Toothpicks Plastic Drinking/Stirring Straws Plastic Trash BagsPlaying Cards Twist Ties CANNOT Natural wood & products made from natural wood CANNOT be used in the Structure or in the scored prop/costume

18 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 18 All forms of a material count as a single material type. All forms of a material don’t need to be the same – can differ in size, shape, thickness, other characteristics, and color (be careful if wire is colored/coated).

19 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 19 Copper Wire: 16 gauge or smaller single strand (wire gets smaller as gauge increases), so look for between 16 and 30 gauge. Or plastic or paper covered twist ties FISHING LINE AND WIRE (Examples, not all inclusive) Monofilament Fishing Line : Any single–strand non- metallic fishing line of any weight or diameter.

20 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 20 M Masking and painter’s tapes are paper backed – not allowed Duct tape is typically polyethylene coated with threads or gauze embedded. TAPES (Examples, not all inclusive) Clear plastic, masking & painter’s Duct tape

21 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 21 Glues/Adhesives (Examples, not all-inclusive) Hot glues allowed “Expanding” foams and similar products are not permitted

22 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 22

23 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 23 Plastic - OK Wood - No Toothpicks Bamboo - OK

24 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 24 Trash Bags Must be trash / garbage bags -- not lunch, sandwich, general storage, etc. Size: 33 gallon or less Black or white

25 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 25 Cardboard <=3/16” thick, with a single accordion fold - OK Corrugated rolls - No Cardboard

26 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 26 Beware – some jumbo straws found in drink shops exceed ¼” diameter – not allowed Straws

27 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 27 Ordinary Newspaper - OK Glossy publications - No Newsprint

28 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 28 Balloons and Rubber Bands Must be latex free and packaging must be provided. Mylar balloons are acceptable. Most balloons sold in hobby stores, Target & Walmart, and supermarkets are not latex free. Hospital gift stores often have latex free balloons. Rubber band sizes: 1/32” to 1/8 ” Loop Lengths: 1” to 6 “ or 2” to 12”

29 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 29 The Central Challenge Structure Specifications – (cont’d): When the structure is checked in and when it is placed for testing it must be a single unit. Multiple free-standing pieces placed on the tester are not allowed. Must fit  Completely on Tester Base  Around Safety Pole  Rest Only on Tester Base Contacts only top surface of the Tester Base and the bottom surface of the Pressure Board. May touch the safety pole.

30 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 30 The Central Challenge Designing and Building the Structure: Design a structure that holds weight and takes a torsional impact load from the RAM.  Teams are encouraged to build and test structures prior to the tournament date. Cannot use any technology that designs, creates, or aids in testing Structure. Team members must do all tooling and/or shaping of the Structure. Jigs must be team created. (What is a jig?)

31 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 31 The Central Challenge Once 8-minute presentation time begins, the team may place structure on tester base and over safety pole and start weight placement at any time. After pressure board is placed, the team must deliver a RAM impact to a team selected corner of the pressure board. For scoring purposes a RAM impact is the act of using the RAM impact device to strike/apply a force to a corner of the pressure board. RAM impact device will be tournament provided.

32 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 32 RAM Impacts Only team members operating the RAM may be inside the safety line. The team will place the RAM so that while at rest, its impacting face squarely contacts a marked corner. After a successful RAM impact, a Bonus Card will be placed on the weight stack. No weights under the Bonus Cards may be removed. Weights added after the latest Bonus Card may be removed.

33 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 33 Weight Held Measurement: Each time a total of 45 or more pounds (i.e., 45 to 85#) is added to the weight stack, the team must deliver another RAM impact before adding more weight. Weight placement appraiser will notify teams if RAM impact done improperly. Team must repeat until successful. Weight Placement Appraiser will note weight held by the structure and number of RAM impacts completed. Total Weight Held: sum of weight successfully placed and a 50# bonus for each RAM impact completed. Weight Held Ratio = Total Weight Held (in Pounds) ÷ the Structure’s weight (in grams, to the nearest 0.1)

34 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 34 The Central Challenge To Qualify For Scoring: Structure must meet Physical Specifications If not brought into compliance, Weight Held = 0 Teams not making a “good faith” effort to present a Qualifying Structure for testing may present at tournament but will not advance to next level. Points for:  Official Weight Held Ratio  How creatively multiple materials included and used in the structure.

35 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 35 Teams must produce a Bill of Materials (BOM) listing all of the materials used in building the Structure Examples, and/or packaging of each material used must be presented with the BOM The Bill of Materials is in addition to the completed Expense Form BOM must be provided to qualify for score for Structure and Prop/Costume consistency Bill of Materials

36 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 36 The team will create and present a Story that has an unexpected twist or surprising changed. The twist should contain an element of surprise for the Appraisers. The Central Challenge - Story

37 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 37 The team will build a prop or costume made from only the same material types used in their structure They must include all of the same material types used in their Structure They may use only the material types used Only one prop or costume must be from same material types used in the structure Teams will receive points if they used all and only the same material types and for creativity and workmanship. The Central Challenge - Prop

38 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 38 General Clarification #2 October 15, 2012 In the Challenge, A.5.b should read: “The Weight Placement Appraiser will inform the team each time a RAM Impact is required. The team will then remove the RAM from the RAM Box and place it next to the Tester.”

39 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 39 General Clarification #3 November 1, 2012 In the Challenge, A.5 should read: The Tournament Director will provide the Ram for use at the tournament. (See Section D.4 for a diagram of the Ram.) The Team does NOT bring, and cannot use, its own Ram at the tournament. For the purpose of this Challenge, a Ram Impact is the act of striking a marked corner of the Pressure Board with the Ram. Each Ram Impact will be delivered by a team member. The Ram has been designed to deliver a calibrated impact to the Pressure Board when operated as directed. At all tournament levels the weight of the Ram swinging head must be 2.2 pounds (1kg) plus or minus 5%. When a Ram Impact is required, it will be performed in the following manner:

40 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 40 General Clarification #4 November 1, 2012 In the Challenge, A.5.d should read: The team will place the Ram so that while at rest, its impacting face squarely contacts (touches) a marked corner (team choice) of the Pressure Board. The Ram must impact the Pressure Board in an impact zone that extends from a corner to 2in (5.1cm) from the corner. This area will be clearly marked on the side of the Pressure Board at all 8 corners.

41 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 41 Corner designations and impact zones will likely vary between tournaments/regions. Check with your RCM.

42 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 42 General Clarification #5 November 26, 2012 In the Challenge, A.3.a.ii, Latex-Free Balloons should read: Latex- Free Balloons: Commercially available non-porous mylar or plastic balloons capable of being inflated. (Original packaging must be provided.) Also, in the Challenge A.3.a.ii, Latex-Free Rubber Bands should read: Latex-Free Rubber Bands – Thickness/Width: 1/32in to 1/8in (0.75mm to 3.0mm); Loop Length: 1in – 6in (25 mm – 150mm) or 2in – 12in (50mm – 300mm) opened loop length: A commercially available continuous loop of synthetic rubber, used to hold items together. (Original packaging must be provided.) And also, in the Challenge, A.3.a.ii, Pasta should read: Pasta: A commercially available food product. Examples would include spaghetti, lasagna, fettuccini, macaroni, and noodles. Home-made pastas are not acceptable.

43 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 43 Commercially available pasta, any style, cooked or uncooked. Home-made pasta is not allowable.

44 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 44 General Clarification #6 #6 January 8, 2013 In the Challenge A.5.g should read: The Ram may not be touched by anything or anyone after it is released, until it has stopped impacting the Pressure Board. Additionally in the Challenge A.5.i.iv should read: Ram is touched by anything or anybody after released before it has stopped impacting the Pressure Board.

45 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 45 Team Choice Elements

46 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 46 Team Choice Elements Presentations include TWO separately scored creations called ‘Team Choice Elements’ Team Choice Elements may not be a specific item already scored as part of the Central Challenge Both Team Choice Elements must be present(ed) during 8-minute Presentation Should have meaningful connection to Central Challenge Solution Team Choice Elements show off or showcase InterestsSkills Areas of strengthTalents

47 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 47 Team Choice Elements (cont’d) Team Choice Elements – (cont’d): May NOT be specific item already scored in Central Challenge – However;  May be a single distinguishable element of a required item  Must be able to be evaluated as ‘Stand Alone” item Points for:  Creativity and Originality  Quality, Workmanship, and Effort  Integration (meaningful connection) into the Presentation

48 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 48 Team Choice Elements (cont’d) Team may create anything they wish for Team Choice Elements including PropsMusic Technical gadgetsSpecial effects CostumesPhysical actions May Present both Team Choice Elements simultaneously provided that both can be evaluated, identified, and scored separately

49 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 49 Challenge E Special Site and Presentation Information

50 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 50 Typical Performance Area Typical Performance Area Adult Assistant Weights Prep Area Tester Base Weigh-In Area Launch Pad Power Cord / Outlet Presentation Area Appraisers’ Table InOut RAM storage area

51 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 51 Performance Area Presentation / Testing Area Minimum 16 ft (4.88 m) X 16 ft (4.88 m)  May be marked off, but typically is not  Team may use entire Presentation Area  Tester Base and Weights will occupy a portion of the Presentation Area Teams may NOT move or adjust Tester Base A 3-pronged AC Power cord will be available at edge of Presentation Area

52 TW IST–O–RAMA Weight Stacks Tester Base Safety Line RAM “Storage” location Sample Tester Area Layout

53 TW IST–O–RAMA Typical Tester Area Note: This setup does not show RAM in place RAM Storage Site (example)

54 TW IST–O–RAMA Tester Base Safety Support Safety Shield Safety Pole Pressure Board 28.0 in 71.1 cm 7.0 in 17.8 cm 18.0 in 45.7 cm 10.0 in 25.5 cm 1.0 in 2.5 cm 4.0 in 10.2 cm Figure A: Structure Tester 4.0 in 10.2 cm 10.0 in 25.5 cm 18.0 in 45.7 cm 2.0 in 5.1 cm Figure B: Representation of Tester Base as used in Structure Check-In

55 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 55 Building A Tester Base Building A Tester Base Instructions for building a tester base will be posted on the Colorado DI website. Team members needn’t build the tester base. This is a great way to get parents or grandparents involved

56 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 56 How to Build A Tester Base (Optional Download Site) sign in - usrname/password (ShopDI) Click Download Challenges & Materials Click Program Materials Click How to Build a Tester Parts 1 -> 4

57 TW IST–O–RAMA RAM Tester (see Pgs of the Challenge)

58 TW IST–O–RAMA

59 Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 59 Instructions for building a RAM tester are posted on the IDODI website. loads/ _ChallengeE_How_to_Build_a_Ram.pdfhttp://downloads.destinationimagination.org/down loads/ _ChallengeE_How_to_Build_a_Ram.pdf Team members needn’t build the RAM device. This is a great way to get parents or grandparents involved Building A RAM Device Building A RAM Device

60 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 60 RAM Impact Example Note: Teams make selection on which corner to impact – can be any corner, but then all subsequent impacts must be to the same corner

61 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 61 Starting Tester Setup RAM Storage Site Each corner face of the Pressure Board will have approx. 2” area where RAM contact must occur. Corners will be identified by numbers, letters, colored dots, or other obvious markings.

62 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 62 RAM Impact Sequence RAM Storage Site Team places its Structure on the Tester base, then places pressure board on structure.

63 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 63 RAM Impact Sequence RAM Storage Site Teams make initial selection on which corner to impact – can be any corner. In this example, #6, then delivers an impact

64 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 64 Placement of RAM Place RAM so it just touches corner within designated impact zone. In this example, team had selected corner #6. All subsequent impacts would be delivered to the same corner, e.g., #6.

65 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 65

66 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 66 RAM Impact Sequence RAM Storage Site If impact is successful, teams move RAM impact device back to RAM box. If unsuccessful, teams repeat impact based on information from WPA. Results of the impact may leave pressure board skewed when compared to initial placement. BONUS

67 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 67 RAM Impact Sequence RAM Storage Site BONUS

68 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 68 RAM Impact Sequence RAM Storage Site BONUS Team places one or more weights totaling 45# or more

69 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 69 RAM Impact Sequence RAM Storage Site BONUS Teams moves RAM device from box, placing it to strike the same corner, e.g., #6< then delivers another impact

70 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 70 Placement of RAM on Subsequent Impacts

71 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 71 RAM Impact Sequence RAM Storage Site One or more weights totaling 45# or more Weight placement, RAM impact sequence repeats until a) end of time, b) team chooses to stop, c) structure fails, or d) weights fill safety pole. BONUS

72 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 72 RAM Impact Sequence (ii) RAM Storage Site ** IMPROPER RAM PLACEMENT ** TEAM WILL BE DIRECTED TO RE-DO

73 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 73 RAM Impact Sequence RAM Storage Site

74 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 74 Special Procedures Structure Check-In Procedure: See Challenge Specifications Check in approximately 1 hour prior to performance. Earlier check in may be possible (check with tournament) If a structure does not initially meet specifications, a team will be given the opportunity to bring it into compliance, subject to tournament schedule. Testing The Structure with RAM Impacts See Challenge Specifications Occurs during the 8 minute performance time.

75 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 75 Special Procedures Weight Placement Specifics: Olympic style weights with 2.0 in (5.1 cm) hole in center Weights, Tester Base and RAM provided by Tournament Director. An adequate number and mix of weights will be provided, but exact mix may vary by tournament. Pressure Board must be the first weight placed onto Structure. Teams must complete a RAM impact after the Pressure Board is placed and following the placement of 45# increments of weight Place weights one at a time over the Safety Pole.

76 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 76 Special Procedures Weight Placement Specifics – Cont’d: Team members must choose the size and sequence of weights placed on the tester. Structure must hold each additional weight for minimum of 4 seconds as counted by WPA. Safety Pole Extensions – 12 in. (30.5 cm) each Regionals: 0 State /Affiliate: 1 Global Finals: 2

77 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 77 Special Procedures Weight Placement Specifics – (cont’d) : Adult Assistant (AA)  May ASSIST / HELP with weights 25 lbs. and greater for Elementary Level teams ONLY  Must be 18 years or older  May only respond to specific directions from team members or Appraisers  Must wait in designated area until team member directs him/her, then return to designated area after weight is placed/removed  May NOT direct weight placement or removal in any way  If rules are not followed, team will only be allowed to place weights less than 25 lbs Team members must actively participate in lifting and carrying and placing the weights.

78 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 78 Special Procedures Weight Placement Specifics (cont’d): Weight Placement ends when  Team elects to stop weight placement  Pressure Board or Structure touches any of the four support posts  Weights reach 1.0 in (2.54 cm) mark at the top of the Safety Pole or Extensions  8 minute time limit expires Teams may use the full 8-minute Presentation time for weight placement, regardless of whether or not they have ended the presentation of their Story. Teams may continue presentation after weight placement ends if time remains within 8-minute limit.

79 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 79 Scoring – Getting the Points

80 TW IST–O–RAMA Scoring – Getting the Points Scoring – Getting the Points ElementPointsDetail Central ChallengeUp to 240A 1 Structure's Official Weight Held: Up to 140 A.6.f In each competitive Level, the Structure with the highest Weight Held Ratio score will receive 140 points. The score for all the other teams in that Level will be based on a percentage of their Structure’s WHR compared to the highest. Total Weight Held is the official weight held plus bonus per number of successful RAM impacts Team's score = (WHR  highest WHR in Level) X 140 This score added to the scores the team earns for the items listed below will equal the total Raw Score

81 TW IST–O–RAMA Scoring Example: Team Structure Weight (gms) Weight Held (#) RAM Impacts RAM Bonus (#) Total Weight Held Weight Held Ratio Adjusted Score (% of highest) Team Score A (3.26 / 10.88) = 39.98%41.97 B (4.86 / 10.88) = 44.67%62.54 C (10.88 / 10.88) = % D (7.94 / 10.88) = 73.00% E (5.79 / 10.88) = F (8.19 / 10.88) = 75.23% G (4.72 / 10.88) = 43.39%60.75

82 TW IST–O–RAMA Scoring – Getting the Points (cont’d) Scoring – Getting the Points (cont’d) ElementPointsDetail Central ChallengeUp to 240A 2How creatively the multiple materials were included and used in the Structure Up to 20 A.4.c.ii 3Structure Bill of Materials0 or 10A.6.c.iii 4The Story with Twist and Prop/CostumeUp To 70 aThe creativity of the Story (Surprise Twist)Up to 20A.7.a.i bThe integration of the story with Weight Placement and RAM impact Up to 10A.7.a.ii cMaterial types used to build one prop or costume0 or 10A.7.b.iv dCreativity of prop or costumeUp to 15A.7.b.iv eWorkmanship of prop or costumeUp to 15A.7.b.iv

83 TW IST–O–RAMA Scoring – Getting the Points (cont’d) ElementPointsDetail Team Choice ElementsUp to 60B 1 Team Choice Element 1Up to 30 B.3 a.Creativity and OriginalityUp to 10B.3 b.Quality, Workmanship, or Effort that is evidentUp to 10B.3 b.IntegrationUp to 10B.3 2 Team Choice Element 2Up to 30 B.3 a.Creativity and OriginalityUp to 10B.3 b.Quality, Workmanship, or Effort that is evidentUp to 10B.3 b.IntegrationUp to 10B.3

84 TW IST–O–RAMA Scoring – Points Breakdown

85 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 85 Scoring – Points Breakdown

86 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 86 Other Important Information

87 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 87 SAFETY IS THE TOP PRIORITY!! Chemicals, Electrical Devices, Dry Ice, Helium No weapon-looking props  Many Schools have a “No Tolerance” Policy Proper Eye Protection (If Needed / Team Provided) Closed toed shoes for team members and adult assistants who handle weights Location Specific Considerations

88 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 88 Attention to Details! Cost limit: $100 Weight Held Ratio scoring worth up to 140 points Middle level no longer able to use Adult Assistant Bonus points if their structure withstands impacts

89 TW IST–O–RAMA Colorado Extreme Creativity Slide 89 Questions?


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