Greeting cards in Scratch

Organized by:

Primary school ''VladimirNazor''

Contact email:

ihmt39@yahoo.com

Happening at:

Vladimira Nazora 18, 31400, Đakovo, Osječko-baranjska županija, HRV

From Monday, December 16, 2019 10:00 AM
to Tuesday, March 31, 2020 12:00 AM

Description:

Pupils will work in small groups and create greeting cards for different events and celebrations in their city or country( Christmas,New Year,Valentine's Day,Carnival Day.... in Scratch.They will use free usable images of the city they come from and design their creative greeting cards.

This activity is for:

  • Elementary school students

Main themes:

  • Playful coding activities

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