Hour of Code: The KIBO Snowplow
The city is covered in snow, and we need to design a KIBO snowplow to help clean up! Students will engage in the engineering design process as they design, test, and improve snowplow robots that can help clean up the cotton-ball snow. Students will also learn more about the many important jobs that make a community function.
Who can help clean up the town?
Design a snowplow for KIBO, then give it a program to clean our streets of snow!
Did you enjoy your KIBO Snowplow activity?
If so, please go to code.org/api/hour/finish. From here, you will be able to:
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About Hour of Code
The ‘Hour of Code™’ is a nationwide initiative by Computer Science Education Week and Code.org to introduce millions of students to one hour of computer science and computer programming.