Hello Wonder League Fanatics! Today I bring you another Wonder Workshop blog! This one contains a program which makes Dash find his way through a maze, then stop when he reaches the end which is marked by Dot.
The main, and most important cues of this program are the Obstacle Seen, and the Dot Seen. The Obstacle Seen cue looks for an obstacle. This cue helps Dash navigate the maze. The Dot Seen cue helps him know when he has reached the end of the maze.
Here’s the program in Wonder :
You can download it from the Wonder Cloud using this key : wlyc
If you want to watch the build of this program – check out the video below. If you follow this build and make your own maze, put a link to your video in the comments below so I can check it out!
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This blog and the it’s components were part of Aiden’s 6th grade homeschool lessons. In 5th grade, Aiden competed in the first annual Wonder Workshop Robotics Competition and placed 1st in his state, and 5th place nationally. Wonder Workshop reached out to Aiden and asked him to be a student mentor for the second annual competition. Aiden was asked to create two tutorials videos about Dash and Dot that would help new students grasp some of the basics. This is one of the tutorials he created.