Create an interactive stadium project for the classroom
Get into the sporty spirit by making your very own interactive stadium project for the classroom, complete with sound effects, a sprinting event, and an electronic scoreboard? We can show you how! All you need is a little bit of cardboard, some strips of alfoil,…
Gold Coast Code Camp Models a Minion
Can you make a 3D minion? You would be surprised by how easy it is! During our four-day school holiday code camp on the Gold Coast, one of the activities that we did was modelling a printable 3D minion. We made it using Microsoft 3D Builder — a program that comes with Windows 10. Really, anyone can model a minion — read all about it here!
What I learned at PyCon: Python in Education Seminar
This year’s PyCon: Python in Education Seminar(August 3-8) was the eighth national conference for people who use and develop in Python. For those of you who aren’t familiar with it, Python is a well-known and widely-used programming language. The conference took place at the Melbourne…
Free holiday tech events for kids
Engage children with fun tech activities where they can learn about how technology can be used as a tool to create fun games, helpful robots and innovate, with the potential of making an impact to our community.
Glossary for New Scratchers
Compared to a lot of other programming languages, Scratch has quite a gentle learning curve. Still, getting started can be a little bit of a doozy if you’ve had zero prior experience with the kind of terminology used in programming. To help you out a bit, we’ve compiled a glossary of terms for new Scratchers!