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Heather Rentz

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#10 - Positioning Actors - Programming 101 - www.tynker.com

In this activity, you learned how to position actors using x- and y- values. You learned that moving Actors left and right using changes in x-values, and up and down using changes in y-values. Your Key Project was to create a game with falling objects that needed to be caught. Share your Tynker game with a friend. Does it work? Do you need to tweak it? Talk to your partner for their feedback. When your game is complete, go to your projects tab and publish! PLEASE PLEASE! Please respond to the questions below: 1. Explain what coding blocks you used and steps you had to take to make your games work. 2. What advice would you give to someone who has never positioned characters before? Think about what you are going to say before you answer the questions on video. You could practice with a partner first. 1. Tap the add add button. 2. Tap the video video button. 3. Tap the caption caption tool to add any other information. 4. Tap the check check to add to your journal.

3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade, STEAM, Computer Science, Math
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