PiperCode: Security Zone
Students will use the range finder sensor in combination with PiperCode: Security Zone to create their own sensor alarm and learn to graph results.
Students will create a ther-mood-stat using the Temperature Sensor.
PiperCode: Color Coded
In this project, students will create a "secret message" using the Piper Computer Kit and the color sensor from the Sensor Explorer.
This is the introductory project to learn how to use the program editor and programming concepts.
In this project, students learn about debugging a program and circuit.
PiperCode: Light Show
Students have learned how to build circuits with buttons and LED lights, now they will learn how to use the status of buttons (pressed is ON, not pressed is OFF) to turn an LED light on and off.
This is the introductory project to learn how to use the PiperCode program editor and programming concepts.
PiperCode: Circuit Design
In this project, students learn about the electronics panel, and controlling positive and negative pins by choosing which pins they connect to.
In this project, students use both lights and sound to recreate their own version of a police car siren.
In this project, students build a counter with a variable. The counter records how many times a button is pressed.
PiperCode: Frog Frenzy
In this project, students design a timing game to play against each other. The build consists of two LED lights and a button. The lights blink back and forth and when the button is pressed, it will stop on either the red light or the green light.
This is a game of chance which simulates rolling of dice by using a random number generator. The code checks to see what number was “rolled” and turns on a corresponding LED.