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Programming for kids - Course 4 # Artist Variables

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This blog is created to support the students taking up the Code Studio courses on Code.org. Basically I have tried to create an answer sheet for each stage which you can easily access if needed. If you want anything else here, please let me know.

In this article we will look at the Sixth stage of the fourth course in code.org Code studio. It is called Artist Variables. We will learn how to use variables 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/6/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 incomplete and completed images of each level along with the code needed to complete that level.

Programming for kids - Course 4 # Artist

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This blog is created to support the students taking up the Code Studio courses on Code.org. Basically I have tried to create an answer sheet for each stage which you can easily access if needed. If you want anything else here, please let me know.

In this article we will look at the third stage of the fourth course in code.org Code studio.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/3/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 incomplete and completed images of each level along with the code needed to complete that level.

Programming for kids - Course 4 # Maze and Bee

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This blog is created to support the students taking up the Code Studio courses on Code.org. Basically I have tried to create an answer sheet for each stage which you can easily access if needed. If you want anything else here, please let me know.

From this article we will begin the Fourth course in Code.org code studio. We will look at all the stages except the unplugged activities.  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/2/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.

Programming for kids - Course 3 Play Lab-Create a game

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Let us look at the Seventeenth stage of the Third course in Code.org code studio. This is another play lab. In this stage you can create an interactive game. There are 7 levels in this stage.

https://studio.code.org/s/course3/stage/17/puzzle/1

Below are the final images of each level along with the code needed to complete that level.

Programming for kids - course 3 # Play Lab

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Let us look at the Sixteenth stage of the Third course in Code.org code studio. This is a play lab. You can make cartoon characters to talk, move and interact. There are 6 levels in this stage. In the last level you can create an animated story of your own by choosing from different cartoon characters. You can then show this animation to your friends by sharing it online. 

Programming for kids - Course 3 # Bounce

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Let us look at the Fifteenth stage of the Third course in Code.org code studio. Here you can create a bouncing Ball game. There are several event handlers that let you decide when the ball will bounce, when the paddle will move using arrow keys on the keyboard, when a point is scored and a new ball is launched. There are 10 levels in this stage.

Programming for kids - Course 3 # Bee Debugging

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Let us look at the Fourteenth stage of the Third course in Code.org code studio. You will  need to debug the code to help the Bee to collect nectar and to make honey.There are 13 levels, 12 are coding exercises and one is QnA.
https://studio.code.org/s/course3/stage/14/puzzle/1

Below are the images of each level along with the code needed to complete that level.

Programming for kids - Course 3 # Bee nested Loops

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Let us look at the Thirteenth stage of the Third course in Code.org code studio. You will program to use nested loops to help the Bee to collect nectar and to make honey.There are 13 levels, 12 are coding exercises and one is QnA.
https://studio.code.org/s/course3/stage/13/puzzle/1

Below are the images of each level along with the code needed to complete that level.