Luke came into the studio to make another robot. I asked him to draw a plan, and he drew his favorite picture, his Mom driving her car. Brads have been available in his classroom, so he had been practicing with them for about a week. He found the tray of silver cardboard and chose his pieces for the car. He could not punch the holes himself, but was very particular about where they should go, so I asked him to make a mark in the right spot and I would punch them. After he built most of the car, I suggested he use plastic for the windshield. He liked the see-through quality very much, and then made a Mommy robot that could go in and out of the car. After seeing the sophistication of this construction, I am excited to see where Luke might go next with these materials, but I wonder what the word robot means to the Garden room children?