You can have a look to this introduction to Snap!
There is a Play2Learn page for teachers.
Next, you can find:
This project is targeted to people with previous experience using visual programming (ex. Scratch). You may have a look to this Hour of Code using Snap! to have a gentle introduction to Snap!.
Introduction to the environment
- Welcome Pack: introduction to Play2Learn (P2L) activities and Snap! environment.
- Mole Mash: learn how to share your Snap! creation, so others can play on their mobile phone or tablet.
- Catch the carrot: learn about coordinate systems to make a basic grid game.
- Opening Crawl: learn about linear functions to scroll a text.
- Fractal cave: learn about fractals to create a landscape.
- Pie Match: learn about matrices and geometric transformations to fit a piece of pie in a pie.
- Roll the dice: learn about projections using matrices to visualize 3D objects.
- Arkanoid: learn about deflection angle to program a bouncing ball.
- The Frog: learn about distances and inequations to detect collisions.
- Basket ball: learn about quadratic functions to simulate a parabolic trajectory.
- Phantoms: learn about graphs to use artificial intelligence (path planning).
- Top secret: learn about modular arithmetics to encrypt messages.
- Composer: learn about irrational numbers to create an infinite melody.
- Jordi Campos Miralles (EduLogiX)
- License Creative Commons CC-BY
- Do you want to contribute? Follow this link
We are in the process of adding “Credits screens” to all activities, detailing where all the art and sound came from. Meanwhile, these have been the sources:
- We picked free images from:
- We picked free sounds from: