to Monday, October 3, 2022 12:00 AM
OŠ "Svetislav Golubović Mitraljeta"
Open in-person activity
Ulica Dalmatinske Zagore, 11273, Batajnica, Beograd-Zemun, Grad Beograd, Centralna Srbija, SRB
1st graders will be pass online interactive presentation about robots.
Art and creativity
Nearby upcoming activities:
Create Your Own Google Logo
Create your Own Google Logo and bring it to life using code. Make the Google letters dance, tell a story or create a game. In this activity, students will use a popular programming language designed for kids called Scratch. Scratch was created by MIT and its block-based interface is easy for beginners to understand. (Scratch is the best introduction to coding for beginners).
Students will have a chance to modify the Google Logo and program each letter with a variety of animations and special effects to create their own unique logo. Students can unleash their creativity and also learn the basics of coding with this simple activity that is perfect for beginners. Google provides a lot of awesome resources for teachers running this activity in their classroom. They have an extensive lesson plan available and also include extra materials like students certificates to give on completion of the task. (Level: Beginner coders, Skills: With Scratch and Block)
Virtual kindergarten coding
Project members of the eTwinning project " Virtual kindergarten"will try various unplugged coding activities with the preschoolers in their kindergarten classes. We will create a collection of those activities on a Padlet.
Python challenge (Python izazov)
Croatian language activity:
English language activity:
-use loops to iterate over sequences
-use conditionals to make decisions in your program
-develop critical thinking and problem solving skills
Age level: Lower secondary school
This morning you woke up to find out that someone changed your PIN on your mobile phone. On the table next to the bed there was an envelope with 8 different riddles and puzzles...
Your task is to solve a few riddles in Python and choose the right answer. To solve the riddles you'll need some basic knowledge of Python programming - loops, conditions, strings and lists.
A single puzzle solution leads to the next clue and so on until you discover your three-digit PIN. Good luck!