I am at the #bit15 conference and attended the Coding and Math session with @georgegadanidis. We learned a little Scratch programming.
We did the requisite square and circle creation tasks. He had some nice connections to higher level math - including extending a two coin toss scenario to the binomial theorem. At that point, I worked on my program to make the cat do a binomial walk - not realizing that he would have that example later. I have shared my project at https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/86529699/ and embedded it below:
The cat should start moving when you click the green flag. In the offline Scratch editor, you can export the list of horizontal positions where 0 is the centre. I then imported it into Fathom to make a histogram.
Looks pretty binomial to me!
I am using Twitter as part of our #mmmmECOO presentation - my handle is @rossisen.