Sesame Street Party House

by littleBits

Published on April 23, 2014

Use littleBits to throw a surprise party for cookie monster!

How To Make It


This is a loose guide about how to create your own party house. We used a Sesame Street playhouse, but you can use whatever you have at home!


We put a roller switch under Cookie Monster's path, so when he comes home and rolls over it the party gets started.


To make the party atmosphere, we used 3 RGB LEDs (each turned to different colors), pulse modules (to create different blinking patterns), and a sound output to yell "surprise!"


While Mr. Hooper is dancing in the party, we set an alarm in his store for security. If someone opens his door, there is a light trigger that activates a vibration motor. The vibration motor is inside a bell that acts as an alarm.

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