Lesson 1: use the button block to control the LED. 

We configure the LED to start flashing blue when the button is pressed and stop when the button is released.

 

Lesson 2: add a second action to an existing trigger

When the button is pressed, the LED will start flashing blue and the buzzer will sound. When the button is released the LED and buzzer will stop.

 

Lesson 3: add a second trigger to an existing action

We configure the LED to start flashing blue when the light level diminishes (darkness is detected) and to stop flashing when light is detected.

 

Lesson 4: use motor blocks to create our first moving toy

We configure the motors to start when the button is pressed and stop when the button is released.

 

Lesson 5: create our first complex toy

We are using connector blocks, LEDs and motors to give the toy shape and functionality.

 

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