ISpy, My Spy!
One of 2nd grades pages made into an interactive game. Find and click on the items in the riddle.
A take on the popular ISpy series by author Jean Marcello and illustrator Walter Wick. Second grade's crafted their own riddles and used a publishing software to produce a collaborative book.
Mrs. D. Johnson's class book
Mrs. Mitchell's class book
Mrs. Bader's class book
Mrs. J. Johnson's class book
We are getting even more adventurous in our projects. We picked a scene, chose our objects and let our imagination guide us. Some of these projects require you to click around, others may need you to type a letter or two to see the action. Second grade hopes you enjoy their creations!
Coding and Creating our own airport!
As we get more confident, we are experimenting with the code we now understand. We made our own airports and some are a little crazy-the runways actually can fly too! Other's worried about the safety of the pilot and the passengers, so they coded collision detection to warn the pilots.
To see more airports, go to the Student's Airport Display Board
Second Grade continues to learn coding with this second challenge-Making objects interactive. What happens when you click on a bubble, it all depends on how you code it!
Many great Bubble Games were created! Here is just one of the games!
This game is cleverly coded: The game starts when you click on the Red Bubble which will make all the other bubbles appear and the Red Bubble disappear. You will notice each color bubble makes there own special sound and hide when you click it. If you click the Pink Bubble, it gives you bonus Red Bubble and if you click this Red Bubble, all the bubbles you previously popped will reappear again!
To see more of the games click here for the Student's Bubble Display Board
Algorithms and Coding
We are working on coding algorithms with proper sequences and precise instructions. We did this to create our aquariums. If you don't see a fish swimming, click on it! Some of our fish have been coded to only swim when a user clicks it!
Small Sample of 2nd Grade's Dot. Here how they made their mark!