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Hexagons Quiz in Scratch

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Mike Carter

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last edited May 22 2019 by Mike Carter


BLOCKBUSTERS: Remember the late Bob Holness? (I’ll have a P Bob!) Something Seamus had in mind in CoderDojo was to programme a Scratch version called Hexagons. At long last, he has completed it as an objective to the best of his ability. It coincides with the arrival of Scratch 3. It was facilitated by the Ready-Steady-Code backdrop grids which make it easier to layout and draw with better precision in Scratch. In his school, he used a wallchart version to enliven lessons. He wanted to create a version which could be used on the classroom whiteboard. He also wanted it to have lots of possibilities to bring in new sets of themed questions. He also wanted to keep the code as short, easy and as logical as possible. I think he has succeeded. Seamus found it easier to programme the HEX Quiz in Scratch 2 and then it uploaded and shared perfectly in Scratch 3.

There are 10 themed quizzes at the special account which has been set up by Seamus for Hex Quizzes at

https://scratch.mit.edu/users/RSC_Hex/projects/

Level: (Beginner / Intermediate/ Advanced)

Duration: (duration, if applicable)

Teaches: (Coding procedures)

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