Pixel the puppy was enjoying a nice day out with his family, but they forgot to put him in the car and left without him! Can you program Pixel to find his way home? In each puzzle, you’ll navigate Pixel to avoid obstacles so he can get back home to his family.
1. Watch the video, then open the Scratch Junior App and explore its functions. What can you do?
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2. Try these Scratch Activities on your iPad.
NOTE: You will need to have both your computer screen and your iPad open in front of you.
(HINT: Read the instructions and follow directions carefully!)
Go to ACTIVITIES Page
Follow the directions to make each program
*** Take a screenshot of your work at the end of each activity.***
Simple Maze Activity
Challenge 1: Create your own drawing of a maze using the grid and drawing tools. Add sprites and houses.
Write code to get each sprite to the blue house.
Challenge 2 : Write a code to race the characters to the blue house. Which one will win?
Challenge 3: Create a new maze game with different sprites and race them to a different goal.
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1. Make a new CHARACTER or SPRITE.
Use your character in your next project
2.Create a new BACKGROUND in the edit section.
Use your background in your new project.
3.Can you make your story go through 2 or more backgrounds?
SOUNDS & SPEECH
4. Create sounds or use your microphone to record voices in your story.
Let‘s be Creative
What is your Favourite . . . . .?
to fill in the Google Form about Favourite Things.
My Three Wishes
If you had 3 wishes what would you wish for?
TASK: SHARING AND COLLABORATING ON A SLIDESHOW
Choose a partner to share and collaborate with on a slideshow
PERSON ONE creates and shares a blank slideshow with their partner.
PERSON TWO locates this in ‘Shared with Me’ and moves it to their Google Drive
Work together to create a Google Slideshow using 4 slides.
Include all the skills you have learned about Google Slide tools in your slideshow.
For example – inserting photos, adding text, clip art, videos, drawings, headings, themes and links.
Slide 1: ‘My Three Wishes’ (Design title page together)
Slide 2: 1st person’s wish (1st person designs page alone)
Slide 3: 2nd person’s wish (2nd person designs page alone)
Slide 4: What you wish for together. eg personal versus community wishes
(Collaborate and design a page together)
What did you learn about Bee-Bots?
What was your favourite activity?
How did Bee-Bots help you learn to code?
Use the PADLET to write your answers.
Click on the picture. Hunt for the Eggs
Click on the picture to try the Easter Crossword
Click on the picture to try the Easter Word Search
Click on the picture to make an Easter egg
Try these Easter activities – Spot the difference and others