Lesson Objective

You will get creative as you create your own comic strip around a story or process. Be creative and think of different ideas and themes to use for the storyline. Make your own comic using speech bubbles and multiple comic tiles.

You will learn:
  • Storytelling
  • Using speech bubbles
  • Creating a dialogue between Actors
Lesson Notes
  • You will use speech bubbles and the Wait block to create a conversation between Actors
  • Create different kinds of stories. For example, you can change the background scene and characters and compose stories around what you are learning in your other classes.
  • You can enhance the comic with sounds, background music and special effects.
  • You can share these projects with everyone in the class.
  • Let Mrs. Weber know when you are done and she will create a Class Showcase and make it public.

RIGHT NOW:

  1. Go to Tynker.com
  2. Log in to your account
  3. Do Lesson¬†5–Comic Creator
  4. Do a new project on your own
  5. Write about what you learned today in your Google Doc for this class.
Lesson Objective

First, students solve a set of geometry puzzles where the program a racer to draw simple shapes and collect orbs. Then they make their own patterns using a library of math-inspired art.

Draw shapes, flowers, butterflies, fractals, spirals and make your own fun mathematical patterns.

You will learn:
  • Pen drawing
  • Trace simple shapes
  • Use predefined functions to draw
  • Make your own math art
Lesson Notes
  • Use repetition loops for repeating patterns.
  • Get introduced to geometric shapes and angles by solving the puzzles.
  • In the last section, you are presented with several function blocks such as drawFlower, drawTree, and a library of pen commands. Using this you can make your own creations.

RIGHT NOW:

  1. Go to Tynker.com
  2. Log in to your account
  3. Do Lesson 6–Pattern Maker
  4. Do a new project on your own
  5. Write about what you learned today in your Google Doc for this class.