This workshop will develop pupils’ knowledge of atoms and molecules and their behaviour as well as using Scratch to model different states of matter and simple chemical reactions.
Arduino is a small circuit board which allows you to make a computer that can sense and control the physical environment. You can learn about electronics by building your own circuits, and you can program your Arduino to become anything, from a mobile phone to a Geiger counter! Technocamps have developed a wearable computing workshop, where pupils can use an … Read More
Accompanies the Theatr na nÓg production. Learn all about World War I and try out different methods for writing and breaking coded messages, and use these skills to defuse a virtual bomb. The accompanying Scratch Programs can be found here: Workshop Version: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/311922349/fullscreen/ Home Version: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/311923110/fullscreen/
Learn all about food chains and make your own interactive model of a habitat using Scratch! This activity pack explores the features of landscapes and shows you how to model a food chain in Scratch. We’ll be looking at: The different features that make up a habitat What a food chain is and how we can draw one How to … Read More
This activity pack explores the movement of the planets in our Solar System and shows you how to model this in Scratch. We’ll be looking at: The different orbits of the planets around the Sun How to create environments and sprites in Scratch How to code a working model of the Solar System in Scratch
This activity pack contains videos and tutorials to help you develop your programming skills and understanding through Scratch games and tasks. This activity pack aims to familiarise you with Scratch and teach you the principles of programming along the way: Maze Game tutorial Chasing Game tutorial Programming Tasks on: Variables Selection Iteration This activity pack is worth 30 points … Read More
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