Updated: Apr 7, 2020
April 2nd, 2020
How was your first challenge?
Did you need some help? If so, that's okay!
Please contact me and I will try to help you as quickly as possible!
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Remember that the great thing about being CURIOUS is that we get to learn everyday !
And really often we try, we struggle, we fail, we look for a solution, we fail again... before we succeed 🌠
Ready for the next challenge?
Challenge #2 : My best April fool
For this challenge, Julie would love you to share your best April fool 's prank.
This year was special because more of us are in "quarantine" at home.
However, I am sure you either tried to trick someone or got played at home, maybe you have seen online an April Fool video that made you laugh !
To do so:
Choose an April Fool prank, joke or a trick that would make Julie smile and laugh 😂🤣
Animate a story to explain this April Fool using Scratch.
Share your story's project in #CodeFromAfrica Scratch Studio
Share your story on social media with the hashtag #CodeFromAfrica and tag me with @steam.and.curious so we can all view your amazing work!
Let the fun begin !
Don't forget to share your project !
I share my project
How can I start animating stories using Scratch?
The first step is to get to ... Scratch !
Scratch is a coding platform you can access online but also offline depending on the type of device type you are using.
Second step, select a character for your story.
In Scratch, we call this character a "sprite". You can have multiple sprites if you like but let's start with one 😉
To help you on this first challenge, below are links to tutorials on how to create and animate a story using Scratch!