Students in grades 2-5 were given maze pieceswhich they had to form together to create their own path for Dash to get through. Each grade level had specific obstacles in their path (depending on what we are studying during our normal library classes, like continents, dinosaurs, and Amelia Bedelia) that they had to program the Dash robot to get around, while still staying in within their mazes. They utilized Blocky or Dash and Dot in order to accomplish this task. In grades K-1 and Krista Granieri’s class, we are doing an unplugged gingerbread activity, in which students had to create their own path for the gingerbread man to get to his house, while eating treats and avoiding enemies in their path. They then had to write the code for their gingerbread boards according to a guide.