This half term, Code Club have been making games in Kodu, a 3D creation platform. Some of their work is available to download to play, but you will first need to install Kodu Game Lab from the Microsoft Download Centre (link, opens in a new tab).
This week in Code Club we continued our work on styling html code with css. The images you see have been built using css.
This week in Code Club we began looking at animation to create sunrises and sunsets. All the animation on these pieces of work is coded from scratch!
This week in Code Club, we continued exploring CSS to create coloured elements to look like stickers. Steven’s work: Jack T’s work: Dylan’s work: Tegan’s work: Freya’s work: Jay’s work:
This week in Code Club, we returned to exploring CSS to move elements around a page to build our own robot image. CSS is a fiddly language to program in – one tiny mistake and the whole code breaks, as we kept finding out! Dylan’s work: Amy’s work: Freya’s work: Jack P’s work: Jack T’s […]
Before the half term break, Code Club were working with stop motion animation tools to make the following short playlist of films. Enjoy!
Here is our Code Club work from this week. We would love to hear what you think of our work.
This week in Code Club, we used html and CSS to style individual words to create Ransom Notes. We would love to hear your feedback.
This week in Code Club, we used html and CSS to create Recipe Cards. We would love to hear your feedback.
This week in Code Club, we used html and CSS to create Wanted posters and event adverts. We would love to hear your feedback.