Home 11th - 12th Grade Programming Robots Activity Booklet | 11th – 12th Grade

Programming Robots Activity Booklet | 11th – 12th Grade

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This activity booklet was designed to fulfill the requirements for the Ambassador Programming Robots badge or can be used by frontier girl leaders to earn similar badges. Great for teachers and home schooled kids as well.

This booklet activities include decoding binary, learning about Ada Lovelace, the world’s first programmer, and debugging JavaScript! 

Activities Include:

    1. Charles Babbage’s Machine & Ada Lovelace: The First Programmer: Learn about the first computer design and the first programmer.
    2. Debugging JavaScript: Learn the basic rules of JavaScript and practice debugging.
    3. Programming Cyberbullying Prevention: Brainstorm how to use code to prevent cyberbullying.
    4. Using Binary: Learn how a computer uses 1s and 0s to operate, and how it converts binary code into alphabetical letters.
    5. Outline game rules with computer competitor: Learn how game developers create a computer competitor.

IMPORTANT: You will need the internet and computer for some of the activities in this booklet.

Do you need more ideas on this topic? Gain even more free ideas to learn more about being a super robotics engineer, click here.

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