For the past four years, my kids and I have programmed Dash and Dot to randomly pick the Super Bowl winner.
Last year, they picked the Eagles. Who will they pick this year and will their prediction be correct?
You can watch the previous years’ predictions in the playlist below.
What other things could we do with Dash and Dot?
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For the last 3 years, my kids and I have done a little programming project before the Super Bowl.
We program Dash and Dot by Wonder Workshop to choose the winner of the Big Game.
We have a lot of fun coming up with ideas and this year instead of spinning around in a circle, I challenged them to do a little bit more.
I downloaded Super Mario Run yesterday and played it a bit.
If your kids are fans of Mario and running games, they’re going to want you to buy Super Mario Run.
About Super Mario Run
A new kind of Mario game that you can play with one hand.
In this game, Mario constantly moves forward through the courses while you use a variety of jumps to navigate. Mario will behave differently depending on the timing of your taps, so it’s up to you to show off particularly smooth moves, gather coins, and reach the goal. the day it was available.
Cost: Free to download, $9.99 to unlock all levels.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Tying shoes is one of those skills that some kids master quickly and other struggle with. Sometimes you may even include “practice tying your shoes” as part of your curriculum. Here’s a quick and easy way I found that can help your kids get their shoes tied.