The long end of the LED goes on the positive side of the battery-look for the plus sign.
Apologies, did these instructions in a hurry. Recommend using the youtube link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qSjyDqztzaQ but if you want to make stars where you do not have internet, these instructions might be helpful.
Here are some videos of our Hummingbird robots https://youtu.be/qs0NiQU_qzQ and https://youtu.be/PiIQ7iPbtIk and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LPjGRNHhczs
Website for Hummingbird http://www.hummingbirdkit.com/ . Resources at http://www.hummingbirdkit.com/learning
Bought in Australia from http://www.edtechs.com.au/Hummingbird_Robotics_in_Australia_s/1604.htm Look in pack for adapters for power in Australia.
How to make a lion mask https://mymakedo.com/blog/how-to-make-lion-mask
We do not put the masks together the way that they have shown you on the instructions ( double sided tape or hot glue is all you need).
Explore more at: http://www.make.do/pages/about-us
The hummingbird CREATE Lab visual program tutorials link https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PLPF7p1VM8NT_fnXIx94GyCBMAN76D9UR8&t=1&v=2f9gUdKoDpM
The Scratch 2.0 Programing tutorials link https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PLPF7p1VM8NT_HUnp9dRFiHED4NWoWHRuB&t=4&v=gTZ_lvTKtkA
I am currently learning raspberry pi with robotics. Hummingbird robots are also challenging, but MUCH easier than raspberry pi, so Hummingbird might be good stepping stone to more complex robotics, especially for a library makerspace context.
Promotional video for All Hallows’ School Library Makerspace https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Udlju3ThjU
More about the conference makerspace and St Aidan’s Junior School Library Makerspace at: http://jchild.edublogs.org/2015/10/13/creating-future-libraries-annual-network-conference-2015/
Some resources used at the Creating Future Libraries Makerspace at: