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Little Red Robot
Unit Choice Board

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Choice Board Examples & Strategies

Use the Choice Board to allow students to display their voice and choice within their learning. The Choice Board can be used in multiple ways by the teacher to:

  • Engage students who finish early
  • Assess what students have learned at different points throughout the Unit
  • Extend the Unit or lesson
  • Allow students to display their learning in the Share section

The Choice Board is intended to provide content that can be added to the classroom’s existing Choice Board or to any bulletin board in the classroom.

The following is the Choice Board for this Unit:

Choice Board
Avoid!
Build a project where the Little Red Robot detects the Wolf, then drives around the Wolf and heads to Grandmother's house. Can you make your robot sneak around the Wolf without being seen?
Detective
Draw or write a list of things that you can detect, or look out for, so that you can safely walk around your school or neighborhood. What helps you to do this?
Drive until Directions
Think about the path you take from your classroom to the lunch room, or to the gym. Write or draw the path using Drive until directions, like 'Drive until Mr. Jackson’s room, then turn left'.
Flip It
Retell the Little Red Riding Hood story from the Wolf’s point of view. How is the story similar or different?
Add an Eye Sensor
What is something in your house that would be more useful with an Eye Sensor? Draw the design and write how the added Eye Sensor will help you or your family.
Scaredy Wolf
Imagine your 123 Robot is the Wolf! Create a project to show how the Wolf reacts to being scared away. Include a loop with the "Go to start" Coder card so you can see the Wolf's reaction over and over again.