What better way to end the term than doing some programming!!
Students work through a task showing how a programmer wrote a function to draw a Christmas tree. They then modify the given code to create lots of electronic Christmas trees.
And as a bonus, there is also code to draw flashing lights on the screen too.
It was wrote very quickly but feel free to use/modify…or have a go yourself (I know you want to).
And check out my other resources.
Cloze generator, great for use with interactive whiteboards. Really easy to create and share with others. Supports 'drag 'n&' drop' and 'drop down' selection boxes. Features a &';timer' and a counts of the number of correct and incorrect attempts. Popular with teachers of all subjects. Requires Flash Plug In.
Panto style short play for assembly - in essence it’s about George/Georgie plucking up the courage to ask his/her boy/girlfriend out!
Lots of shenanigans and jolly good fun.
I’ve included public domain sound effects, but evidently I haven’t included the suggested music because of copyright.
PDF worksheet with step-by-step instructions. Includes steps for creating the graphics, structuring the project and programming. Example project also attached - though make sure you have the latest version of Flash Player.
Teaching basic Photoshop skills and encouraging exploration and use of copyright free assets.
Students can follow this at their own pace.
One worksheet to get students thinking about uses for Photoshop and key terms. Another worksheet with Photoshop instructions.
KS3 computational thinking series searching sorting binary logic gates represenation
students work through and complete copies of the documents.
binary to decimal
decimal to binary