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Heather Rentz

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#5 - Input Events - Robot Maze Challenge with a Friend - Tynker Programming 101 Activity - www.tynker.com

You learned how to use a keyboard or tilt controls to turn, point and move characters. One of the key projects was to create unique controls to guide a robot through a maze or a car through city streets. The blocks that you used were "rotate," "turn degrees," and "When up/down/left/right arrow pressed." Were you able to successfully code the activity called "Robot Maze" puzzle? Ask a friend to try out your activity to see if you properly coded the left, right, up and down arrows. If you need to go back and fix #6, please do that. When it is complete, add it to the Tynker showcase. Here are two questions to answer: 1. How many degrees are in a circle? 2. If someone stops a car at a red light, then turns to the right, how many degrees did they turn the car? 1. Tap the button. 2. Tap the button. 3. Tap the tool to add any other information. 4. Tap the mark to add to your journal. *** We are safe, respectful and responsible online.

3rd Grade, 5th Grade, 4th Grade, STEAM, Computer Science, Math
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