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School brain teaser - online memory game
This is a card based memory game, in which the image of an object at the back of the card is displayed for a short period of time when you click on it once, and then you need to click on other card with similar image in succession, that would turn both the cards over. You have 30 cards and 30 clicks at your disposal. It is not an entry level card game, if your kid has played a similar game before then it is an enjoyable game, otherwise you should accompany your kid in playing this game for the first time. The objects are all familiar for school going kids. It is definitely a game worth playing for exercising observation and memory for kids aged six and above.
You can start playing this game from it's webpage on this link
ICSE Class 5 Computer Studies This lesson will give students a brief introduction to Scratch programming. I am using Scratch3 Desktop software on Windows computer. The lesson is created according to ICSE syllabus for Class 5th. Introduction to Scratch Software Scratch is a block based visual programming language. Blocks are the puzzle piece shapes that are used to code in Scratch. The current version of this software is Scratch 3. Scratch has an online editor on their website, which can be run directly in the browser or you can download and install the editor on your computer and run it from there. Open the Scratch If you have installed Scratch on your computer, you will see an icon of Scratch on the Desktop. Double click on it to start the Scratch Editor. As you can see in the above image. The Scratch Screen is divided into several sections. The leftmost area is called “Block Palette”. It contains color-coded block categories. When you click on
In this hour of code exercise "Code with Anna and Elsa" you will learn to draw different geomoetric shapes on ice. There are a total of 20 levels. I will show you the initial and the final images and the code required for completing each level. Try to complete this hour of code on your own from the link below. In case you need help you can look at the code on this page. https://studio.code.org/s/frozen/stage/1/puzzle/1 It is a fun to play the Frozen - Code with Anna and Elsa. It is good for kids 6 years and older who will learn basics of programming with this interesting Frozen theme.
This blog post is created to support the students taking up the Code Studio courses on Code.org. I have tried to create an answer sheet for each stage which you can easily access whenever needed. If you want anything else here, please let me know. In this article we will look at the Tenth stage of the fourth course in Code studio. It is called Artist For Loops. You will learn how to use For Loops in the code. If you already have an account on Code.org you can access this stage in code studio from the link below. https://studio.code.org/s/course4/stage/10/puzzle/1 Try to solve all the levels in this stage. If you get stuck at any level, you can see the solution on this page. Below are the images of each level along with the code needed to complete that level.