NAO Robot Program by Mila. Mila Pantelides-Sola wrote a program for our NAO robots, and she's only in second grade!
In her program, the robot waits until its head is patted to tell a knock-knock joke. Then it listens for your response. If you play along and ask "who's there," it will finish the joke and ask if you want to play again. If you do not play along, it won't hide the fact that it can't believe you don't know how knock-knock jokes work!
The program loops through this sequence until you say you don't want to play anymore. When you're done, the robot thanks you for spending time with it.
Mila is looking forward to expanding the program and adding more jokes to the robot's repertoire. We can't wait to see what she comes up with next!
If you'd like to learn how to program robots like Mila, check out our classes on the Wellesley Free Library Technology calendar http://www.libraryinsight.com/horzcalmv.asp?jx=ji
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