Recommended Hour of Code Lessons
Create Animations That Talk
Bring your characters to life in Scratch using new Text-to-Speech blocks powered by Amazon. Create a rapping robot or an interactive animation that talks. This project will show you how to create talking animations that spin, zoom and change colors. The possibilities are endless!
Create Your Own Sports Game
Choose between making a basketball game or mix and match across sports!
LightBot (ages 5-13)
Explains the concept of "Coding”
Add your card to RVC Hour of Code Studio
1) Go to: https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/3613185/
2) Login: rvchoc password: techno77
3) Go to your Holiday Card and refresh webbrowser and you should see rvchoc in upper right corner
4) Name your project with your last name (upper left corner of scratch screen)
5) Click Share button
6) Go back to https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/3613185/
7) Click add project & hover your mouse over your holiday card at bottom of screen and select Add+
8) That's It! You can share this card with others later by going to https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/3613185/
In this activity, you'll code three unique scenes from the film using Blockly, an introductory coding language, to help Wonder Woman navigate obstacles and reach her goal. You'll use the power of sequences, variables, loops and conditionals to help Diana train against her opponents.
Level 1 Help (Video)
Level 2 Help (Video)
Level 3 Help (Video)
Wrap It Up
Once you complete your "Hour of Code" complete below steps
Professor Chuck Konkol
Rock Valley College
Certificate of completion
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