Build your very own robotic board game with a micro:bit whilst learning all about Conditionals!
This activity pack introduces conditional statements, how they work and where they are used.
These are 3 sections:
- Conditional Statements
- Board Game
You will be learning about how a conditional statement works in computers and everyday life.
This activity pack is worth 10 points plus what you earn in the quiz.
What you’ll need:
– 7 x 7 grid (see printable template or make your own)
– DiceRobot counter (see printable template or make your own)
– Robot rules template
– 2 players or more
– Access to microbit.org/code/
A gentle introduction to Conditionals and how we'll be using them to create parts of a board game.
Learn your way around either a real-life micro:bit or a simulated one with this video covering MakeCode for micro:bit.
Put all you've learnt so far into practice by creating more micro:bit dice.