Hour of Code: Measure and Predict with KIBO Robot Bowling
Crash! How far does KIBO have to move to get from the start of the bowling lane to the pins? You can create a single straight lane or a more complicated path. Students will use estimation and measurement to create a program to travel the length of the lane. They’ll test how far a single forward block carries KIBO, then improve their programs using the Engineering Design Process.
Who can knock their pins down the fastest?
Use KIBO to create a program to travel the length of the lane. Let’s get bowling!
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