Hi. We’re really proud of our coding skills here at St Margaret’s, so we’ve included a few of our projects for you to play and comment on. We’d love to hear what you think!
First up, here’s James’ project: Pixel Tennis
To play the game in full screen and see how it was made, click on the link below.
Noa’s game is called Dark and Light Everlasting Fight. It’s based on the classic game ‘Pong’
Here’s Ella’s game: Save the Ball
https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/327967647Comment/ Play the game in full screenhttps://scratch.mit.edu/projects/327967647
Sophie has created a two player racing game called ‘The Desert Race (Can you beat your opponent?)
Use the right, left, up and down keys and w, a, s, d. to control your cars
https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/326893385Comment and play in full screen.https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/326893385
Why not test your maths knowledge? These maths quizzes are designed for children in Year 1. How many points can you get?
Here’s Ava’s Quiz… Can you answer the questions posed by ‘Mr Clinch’?
Play in full screen and comment using this link https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/344508371
Here’s Luca’s quiz. Press space bar to start.
Play in full screen and leave a comment by clicking on this link:
William’s quiz is themed around Year 4’s recent residential trip to Burwell House. Click the green flag to start.
Use this link to play in full screen or leave a comment https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/344507454″>
If you love dogs and you love maths, you’re on to a winner with Lottie’s quiz:
Click on the link to play in full screen or leave a comment https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/344505843
Why not try, Flynn’s quiz. Can you out-fox the fox?