This activity is called coding with cards
and it's great for any age. Like you learned
with the if statements in earlier lessons,
during Blockly, if statements have a piece
about them you have to evaluate to find out
if it's true or false. That's the conditional
and it can be used in lots of different ways.
We take advantage of that by creating programs
on paper that you run using a random draw
of playing cards. You might have an if statement
that says something like if the card you draw
is greater than 8, you get a point. Otherwise,
your opponent gets a point. You can make it
as simple or as complicated as you feel comfortable.