Page 29 of the Shapes book reads:
"Parallelization: engaging in simultaneous activities (singing while moving)
The steps then say to put a “song” block and a “forward turn” block, then to start.
- The song block pictured is not one of the ones we were sent. There’s a sleepy-time block that plays a song, and a “song and dance” block, both of which are red; the one pictured is yellow, and the only yellow one we have is the trivia one.
- Minor thing, “forward turn” doesn’t really make sense…“turn” and “forward” seem mutually exclusive, at least in context. The pictured block is clear though in this case.
- None of the song, song and dance, or yellow blocks followed by a forward block actually operate in parallel. They all work serially, as with all other blocks as far as we’ve ever seen.
I guess this could use an addendum…but actually having parallelization would be even cooler