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Angela Levy

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Today, we're looking at more places we use loops in life. One is during P.E. At home, it's fun to make obstacle courses, either inside or outside. You can make them even more challenging and interesting by building in some loops! If you'd like a reminder, you can listen to the read-aloud again here: https://www.wevideo.com/view/1684598572 Then, gather any materials you can (with your grown-up's permission!) to use. Some fun ideas might be tossing a soft object into something, balancing on a course, carrying something on something...use your imagination. Just be safe. Once you've got your course set, roll a dice or spin a spinner to see how many times the sequence should loop. Here are dice to roll: https://www.google.com/search?q=dice+roller and here's a spinner: https://www.google.com/search?q=spinner Take a video of you executing your loop! (That means running through the sequence the number of times you chose πŸ€“) We can't wait to see what you do!

3rd Grade, Computer Science
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