Created by Richmond Mathewson
last edited Jun 22 2018 by Richmond Mathewson
Colorama is a game for babies:
[ https://www.rainbowfun.com.au/rburg-colorama-game ]
Which is used for young children (3-7 years) to learn colour matching, shape matching and chirality.
Making a computer version of he game uses a few more brain cells than playing the actual game.
I am taking groups of children through this in easy stages: and this is stage #1.
I will post further stages after the weekend.
Level: Dependent on both teacher and pupils.
Duration: Dependent on both teacher and pupils.
Teaches: GRAB, drop targets, conditional loops
This is a ZIP file containing 3 LiveCode stacks:
DEMO.livecode This shows one shape that can be drag-N-dropped onto a drop target: code in the shape should be inspected.
Colorama 1 X.livecode is a stack stripped of scripts for pupils to code.
Colorama 1.livecode is the “teacher-cheater” stack showing how the finished exercise should be.