Every digital screen is made up of tiny squares called pixels. Together, they make the images you see on your device! A computer can’t “see” images. It needs to know the color and position of each pixel to show a picture. It helps to notice patterns in the pixels. For example, you could group pixels that are the same color together. The first row would read: 2 white, 1 black, 2 white. To make it even shorter, say 2, 1, 2. 1. Click to add a response. 2. Use the to move the square to the grid using the pattern code. 3. Click the green to send to your teacher.