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This twitter account belongs to the European School of The Hague. It will show the children's learning journey in ICT. Positive & constructive feedback welcome.
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Lorna Levack May 20
Ss are learning about how circuits work by using the toolkit. Ss made predictions about which materials would conduct electricity and play the music. πŸ’»
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Lorna Levack May 20
Ss are learning about how circuits work by using the toolkit. Ss made predictions about which materials would conduct electricity and play the music. πŸ’»
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Scratch Team May 18
Replying to @scratch
You can also download The Scratch Coding Cards for free from the Ideas section:
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Lorna Levack May 18
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ESH_ICT May 15
Amazing!
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Lorna Levack May 15
Ss created an interactive dance party on Scratch. 🎢🎡 Ss programmed the sprite to dance, created different backgrounds and added sound using the forever block
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Lorna Levack May 14
As part of their 'Houses and Homes' topic Early Years children drew pictures of their houses using the app. 🏘️🏠🏑🏚️
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Lorna Levack May 14
Ss are learning about how circuits work by using the toolkit. Ss made predictions about which materials would conduct electricity and play the music. πŸ’»
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ESH_ICT May 13
Replying to @mskhogg
Here are the ones I follow. These are in CET.
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Lorna Levack May 13
Early Years children investigated which types of materials would play the Bongo using the kit.
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Lorna Levack May 13
Ss created an interactive dance party on Scratch. 🎢🎡 Ss programmed the sprite to dance, created different backgrounds and added sound using the forever block
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Lorna Levack May 13
Ss are learning about how circuits work by using the toolkit. Ss sorted conductive and non conductive items into groups using an experimental approach. πŸ’»
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Lorna Levack May 13
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TwinklScotland May 12
are so excited about We have videos from teachers sharing their ideas, our favourite Digital Learning resources & info about our latest free apps! Don’t miss out -
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Lorna Levack May 10
Ss worked collaboratively to code a dance party using Scratch. Next week we will combine this with and create a dance mat
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Lorna Levack May 10
Early Years children worked collaboratively to code a race between 2 sprites. They also recorded a cheer for the winner! πŸ†πŸ†πŸ†
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Lorna Levack May 8
Early Years Ss worked together to create their own projects. They coded their sprites to move around and recorded sound
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Lorna Levack May 6
Which books will you vote for? Lots of great books too!
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Lorna Levack May 3
The Ultimate Microsoft EDU Wakelet of Wakelets! 🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊 Everything you want to know in one Wakelet! Lots of free tools, training videos, resources and much much more!
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ESH_ICT May 2
Not over printing by teachers!
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