Lion Hunt @ the Museum


Organized by:

29ο Νηπιαγωγείο Σερρών

Contact email:

xelonitsa1@gmail.com

Happening at:
Ευζώνων 7, Σέρρες, Ελλάδα

From Tuesday 9th of October 2018 at 09:00 to Monday 22nd of October 2018 at 10:00

Description:

Τα σχολεία θα δημιουργήσουν ένα παιχνίδι για το Beebot στο οποίο θα προσπαθούν να το βοηθήσουν να φτάσει από το σχολείο στο Μουσείο και να συναντήσει το Λέανδρο, το άγαλμα. Το κάθε σχολείο θα δημιουργήσει μια κωδικοποιημένη διαδρομή(με τον κώδικα του Beebot). Τα υπόλοιπα σχολεία θα πρέπει να μαντέψουν σε ποιο τετράγωνο βρίσκεται το άγαλμα στο χάρτη του Beebot, ακολουθώντας τον κώδικα που θα τους δίνουν τα σχολεία - συνεργάτες. All schools will cooperate to design a beebot game. They will help Beebot find where the statue of the lion is located . The children of each school will design a code to help their partners find the lion statue. They will share this code with the other schools. Their partners will have to follow the code in order to find out where the lion is.

More information:

https://twinspace.etwinning.net/70164/pages/page/448595

This event is for:
  • Pre-school children
Main themes:
  • Robotics
  • Unplugged activities
  • Playful coding activities
Tags:
  • beebot
  • Museum
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