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.When you’ve finished the activity pack, try out the quiz to earn points and get on the leaderboard!
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.