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The soccer players kicks the ball into the goal. Then the cheerleader cheers.  We used a sensor for the Cheerleaders and the motor for the kicker.  We created a separated program for each.
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    • pegoline

      Thanks the kids really started to get down the concept of the use of a sensor. They had an idea for the tilt sensor, but ran out of time. I was proud to see them thinking on their own.

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