In maths 1st class were learning directional language. They split up into three groups and each day each group completed a different activity. One of the activities involved using a robot mouse. The robot mouse had to find his block of cheese in the maze. The pupil had to input directions into the mouse (the code) so he could follow the directions and find the cheese. Before the pupils could input the directions they had to figure them out. They used the direction cards to plan the route the mouse would take. This involved using language such as straight ahead, forward, backwards, turn left, turn right, etc. The pupils had great fun figuring out the directions to give the mouse. The best part was watching the mouse move through the maze and seeing whether or not the directions they had given were correct. There were cheers every time the mouse reached the cheese!