Coding Post By Amy and Gillian

This term 34w has been fantasticly experiencing coding. We learnt many different ways to make different games. Thanks to Ms Wong and Miss Price 34w now feels experienced with coding and some people practise at home. If you would like to start coding go to

and join scratch today!

If you’re having trouble trying to make a game download scratchjunior on your ipad or iphone to get you started with coding.

How do you feel about coding? What do you like about it? 

Shape in 3/4W

For the past couple of weeks, 3/4W have been learning about shape. We have learnt that:

  • Polyhedrons are 3D shapes that have flat faces and can stand up.
  • Pyramids have an apex and triangular faces that meet at a point. They can stand.
  • Spheres have no faces but they have a curved surface.
  • Equilateral triangles are triangles with all the same size angles.
  • Squares are a special type of rectangle because they have 4 right angles, like a rectangle. But rectangles are NOT squares.

 

 

 

We also entered the Victorian Coding Challenge by producing some shapes using Scratch. Have a look at some of the things we made!

https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/62380044/ Octagon

https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/62379218/ Square

https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/62398960/ Star in the sea

https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/62399572/ Circle

What other things do you know about 2D or 3D shapes?