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      Makes-makey from the back

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          Using makey-makey for experiments

          A simple experiment is to test whether an object conducts electricity or not. Use the inputs on th back of the board to select the :"a" key.

          A procedural write up is required

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          Aim

          Method (digital photo)

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          A further suggestion on how this can be used.

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            Using Scratch to help learn

             The objective of this is to develop a way to help teach vocabulary and definitions.

            First, we need to investigate the commands we will use.

            Draw the line in any color, then use the color picker in the touching color block to sense what is underneath Scratch cat.

            Other hints. You can make a graphic in another program like Paint box. Save it to the documents area then load it into your stage.

            Challenge :

            You are tasked with the creation of a teaching aid that ties something you are studying to an interactive graphic.

            Download, draw, capture or create an image that relates to your studies in school.

            Use nested if commands to get Scratch cat tell the user what he is pointing to.

            A type example is provided.

            Ideas for the project

            • Explain a process like the water cycle
            • Describe the eight planets
            • The name of ten common objects in a foreign language (Italian)
            • Name the parts of a computer
            • Describe the data cycle
            • Countries of the world, capital cities, currencies major imports and exports
            • The names of different angles, polygons or shapes

            Where to research

            • Google
            • Youtube
            • Scratch.mit.edu

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                  Using Scratch and Makey-makey for a Science Experiment

                  Background

                  Make-makey works very simply by closing a circuit so current can flow around a circuit.

                  This relies on a circuit being completed between the Makey-makey, something that conducts electricity and a the earth.

                  Task

                  Using this knowledge, you are tasked with designing and building a testing device that determines whether an object is a conductor or an insulator.

                  This can then be used in P-3 classes in their studies of electricity.

                  Materials

                  • Conductive tape
                  • Core flute board
                  • Makey-makey kit
                  • Computer

                  Don't forget to document your code, project and how to use the system.

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