Well, I'm getting students to mimic animal adaptations in year 5/6. It is a really interesting science course. Anyway I use an angle:bit, a micro:bit and a DFRobot. Students code the robot to avoid predators, then sense cold using a second micro:bit in ice. Finally they drive in a circle until they are heading North. Whan they know they are heading north, They take off and migrate north for the Winter. This activity hits so many spots on the ACARA AUstralian Digital Technologies curriculum. It would be great if the up part of the 90 degree (the part that plugs in to the Maqueen) was about 1 cm longer. It would mean I don't have to buy LIPO batteries!