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Great for use at home if you're stuck in a Coronavirus quarantine and want fun activities for your kids. This is an active, offline coding game for 3+ players (the more, the better!) that can be played in any space (the more crowded, the better!).-----------------------------------------------------
These Activity Cards make it easy for all students to Set Up their Makey Makey Kits with little assistance. You don't need to have all the answers or know all the technology when you have these activity cards to guide your students through the set up process of Makey Makey.These Activity Cards assi
This worksheet is used with the Lego Mindstorms education kits. I used this approach for younger students or those who were struggling with the building and programming the robot provided with the kits. Students pick a robot from a list on the website, http://www.nxtprograms.com and then build the
This is the first assignment given to students when constructing their Lego Mindstorm EV3 robot. Students need to first learn how to maneuver their robot using simple coding and commands.
STEM enrichment easy guide-one lesson the Alligator provided for busy teacher. Got a WEDO construction Kit? Gain student excitement with this hands on activity. All work is done for you, Just download and let the students build a model. Use A La Cart or complete lesson. Lesson Plan will work with e
This workbook illustrates the fundamentals of programming Swift for Mac OS X / iOS applications. Fundamental aspects of Swift include comments, variables, data types, arrays, conditional if-statements, switch statements, loops, functions, and a variety of UIKit Objects for iPhone / iPad application
This is the notes to setup a program that will allow a robot to move forward and backward for a duration of time. It contains global variables, basic movement functions, and time based functions.
The Arduino Uno is a powerful micro-controller with a relatively low barrier to entry and a high ceiling for what you can create. Unfortunately, sometimes our computers have trouble uploading code to the board. This article will help you diagnose why your code isn't uploading and figure out what to
Working in groups, students experience an engineering design process in the designing, building, and programming of an automated machine which solves a given problem. The lesson provides students the option to solve one of four different problems each requiring a combination of programming, electron
The sport of SumoBots has the same rules of sumo, but it is done with robots instead. In this project students work in engineering design teams and follow a structured process in the design and building of a robot that solves a given problem. This lesson includes student instructions which provide a

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