This video shows 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students’ homemade video game controllers. Students learned about the basics of electronics… Continue reading
Adding A GIF, Making A Fruit Ninja Style Game, Making A Countdown Timer, Creating A Stopwatch Timer, Coding For Makey Makey, and more
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This fall I began teaching Scratch programming to 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students and spent lots of valuable class time “presenting… Continue reading
Click the Green Flag to begin. Use the arrow keys to move around. Try not to get hit by the Dodgeball. You have 9 lives.
Dodgeball Cat is a video… Continue reading
The first thing that you will obviously need is a Twine game that stores the player’s points as a variable. To do this, write a bit of code like… Continue reading
Games are more interesting if they are different each time you play. In board games, rolled dice and shuffled cards are typical.… Continue reading