|diseñamos nuestros botones usando plastilina, papel aluminio, o los dibujamos con lápices|
|This week's summary was written by our volunteer assistants Andrea and Marcela.|
After having a snack, we all headed to the lab room to create some games on Scratch, but unfortunately the site was down so we had to go with the backup plan. We created our own versions of Flappy Bird using the CODE studio platform. We discovered that at the bottom of the page we could change the language to Spanish in order to program in our language. After programming the games, we also created our own controls using the MaKey MaKeys. In groups of 2 or 3 we designed our buttons using Playdoh, aluminum foil and some even used drawings they made with graphite pencils. We spoke about how all these things could be used because they are good conductors and that we ourselves were good conductors and could also be part of the circuit. We then connected the controls to the game on the computer and took turns playing the different versions of Flappy Bird created by other groups. Despite the technical difficulties, we were able to learn to use the MaKey MaKeys and had lots of fun. See you next Sunday!
|we were able to learn to use the MaKey MaKeys|
|and had lots of fun!|