Hour of Code: Teach Your KIBO Robot to Dance!
Let’s have a KIBO Robot dance party! Set up a music player to play a favorite classroom song, or a song connected to a world culture you’re exploring. Students will decorate their KIBO as a dancer, then they will create a program to teach their KIBO to dance to the music. Students will learn how to create a program to express an idea (in this case, a dance), with a focus on sequencing ability.
Create your own Dance Party Today!
If you choose to connect this activity center to a class-wide cultural studies unit, students will deepen their understanding of the music and customs of the chosen culture. Let’s get moving and shaking!
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