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ALTERNATIVE MAKE PROJECT 1
Math 6.NS.1 Design and programme a game that tests students fraction, decimal, and percentage equivalence. Students can use multiple sprite costumes to display equivalent values that could then be selected or collided with to show equivalence.
Times tables simpler Scratch example
ALTERNATIVE MAKE PROJECT
Science 6.9 Students design and code a game that teaches about the environment and air and water quality issues.
Virginia State Computing Standards
|6.1 The student will construct programs to accomplish a task as a means of creative expression or scientific exploration using a block-based or text-based programming language, both independently and collaboratively, a. combining control structures such as if-statements and loops; and b. creating clearly named variables that represent different data types, including numeric and non-numeric data, and perform operations on their values.|
|6.2 The student will trace programs to predict outcomes and debug (correct and improve) for correctness.|
|6.3 The student will seek and incorporate feedback from team members and users to refine a program that meets user needs.|
Virginia State Math Standard
6.NS.1 The student will reason and use multiple strategies to express equivalency, compare, and order numbers written as fractions, mixed numbers, decimals, and percents.
Virginia State Science Standard
Science 6.9 The student will investigate and understand that humans impact the environment and individuals can influence public policy decisions related to energy and the environment.