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Heather Rentz

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#8 - Make a Birthday Card - Tynker Programming 101 Activity - www.tynker.com

In this lesson, you learned how to make actors appear and disappear. You also learned how to make special graphics. Invite someone in your class to look at the card you made in Tynker. Ask a partner for suggestions for what you could add to your card. When it is complete, go to your projects tab and publish! PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE! Please respond to the question below: 1. Explain what coding blocks you used and the steps you had to take to make your card. What advice would you give to someone who has never coded a birthday card before? Think about what you are going to say before you answer the question on video. You could practice with a partner first. 1. Tap the add button. 2. Tap the video button. 3. Tap the caption tool to add any other information. 4. Tap the check mark to add to your journal. We are safe, respectful and responsible in our online community.

4th Grade, 5th Grade, 3rd Grade, Computer Science, English Language Arts, STEAM
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