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== Mini Sushi Cards ==
  
 
One-pager resources designed to be a fun taster, using concepts from full Sushi cards.  
 
One-pager resources designed to be a fun taster, using concepts from full Sushi cards.  
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=== Scratch ===
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Learn how to make your own animation in Scratch.
  
 
<pdf>Mini_Sushi_Scratch.pdf</pdf>
 
<pdf>Mini_Sushi_Scratch.pdf</pdf>
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=== App Inventor ===
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Make an Android app with a big red button that you'll be itching to press!
  
 
<pdf>Mini_Sushi_AppInv.pdf</pdf>
 
<pdf>Mini_Sushi_AppInv.pdf</pdf>
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=== HTML/CSS ===
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Discover how to create a website super fast with just a few tricks. No previous experience needed.
  
 
<pdf>Mini_Sushi_HTML_v2.pdf</pdf>
 
<pdf>Mini_Sushi_HTML_v2.pdf</pdf>
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=== Microbit cards ===
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Use radio signals to get micro:bits to send each other messages. At least two micro:bits are required for this activity. Ideal for larger groups.
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The resource is available in two versions below, one for those using the online block-based editor at makecode.org and the other for those using the text-based Mu editor to write Python code.
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<pdf>CoderDojo_Make_a_Crowd_Display_V5_(digital).pdf</pdf>
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<pdf>CoderDojo_Make_a_Crowd_Mu_Display_V5_(digital).pdf</pdf>

Latest revision as of 08:43, 16 July 2018

Mini Sushi Cards

One-pager resources designed to be a fun taster, using concepts from full Sushi cards.

Beginner level.


Scratch

Learn how to make your own animation in Scratch.

/images/8/8d/Mini_Sushi_Scratch.pdf

App Inventor

Make an Android app with a big red button that you'll be itching to press!

/images/d/d2/Mini_Sushi_AppInv.pdf

HTML/CSS

Discover how to create a website super fast with just a few tricks. No previous experience needed.

/images/6/68/Mini_Sushi_HTML_v2.pdf

Microbit cards

Use radio signals to get micro:bits to send each other messages. At least two micro:bits are required for this activity. Ideal for larger groups.

The resource is available in two versions below, one for those using the online block-based editor at makecode.org and the other for those using the text-based Mu editor to write Python code.

/images/4/46/CoderDojo_Make_a_Crowd_Display_V5_%28digital%29.pdf

/images/3/3f/CoderDojo_Make_a_Crowd_Mu_Display_V5_%28digital%29.pdf