Here we show that we can create a sequence of commands to let Marco do just more than one step. Students need to count the number of tiles on which Marco needs to step so that he reaches the target one which is marked with a star. Counting starts always from the tile next to the one that Marco stands on.
Also students get introduced to another User Interface concept: dragging an instruction block close to another already in the notebook, the former "snaps" to the latter.
When the play tab is clicked/tapped, instruction block that are not snapped together will be removed.
The solution is to put 4 "step forward" together: