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Mr. Wagner Guy Pierre

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Minecraft Obstacle Course (Digital Design)

Step 1: Plan your Obstacle Course The first thing you’ll want to do is think about what kind of obstacle course you want to create. What will each of the different challenges be? What do you need to build in the world for each challenge? Think about using the different options in the On Player action block – walking, flying, swimming, climbing, and so on. You can even work with your kids to map out their obstacle courses on paper before diving into the game. Step 2: Code your Obstacle Course Be creative in building your obstacle courses! Glean some ideas from the obstacle courses we created by looking at our code: Sage Obstacle Course – https://makecode.com/_U9W3UXWYYJ2s Cyan Obstacle Course – https://makecode.com/_WgCKLFEWcDkT Jacqueline Obstacle Course – https://makecode.com/_8qvCHUhsMMy8 Step 3: Play! Challenge your friends and family to get through your obstacle course. You can even use stop watch to see who can get through the fastest!

8th Grade, 7th Grade, 6th Grade, STEAM, Computer Science
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