Welcome back to Digital Making at Home from the Raspberry Pi Foundation! If you’re joining us for the first time this week, welcome: you’re now part of a global movement with other young digital makers from all over the world. You’re in great company, friend!
You all CRUSHED making your own games last week, so we’re eager to see how you take on this week’s theme: storytelling!
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Tell us a story this week
We all have a story to tell, and with the power of coding and digital making, you can share your own story in your very own way with other digital makers around the world! This week, your challenge is to tell us a story using code. Maybe you want to create your own story or retell one of your favourite tales in your own way — the possibilities are endless.
And when you’ve created your story, share it with others! We’re excited to see it too, so show us what you’ve made by sending it to us to check out..
If you need some inspiration, our Raspberry Pi team is here for you! They’re all back with more code-along videos to help you explore storytelling with code.
Join Mr. C and his sidekick Zack as they create their own story generator in Scratch.
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Mr C has also recorded some extra videos showing you how to do cool extra things with your Scratch story! Find them in this week’s playlist.
Christina shows you how to tell a story on a web page you build with HTML/CSS and any pictures you like.
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Code along with Marc, who creates his own online version of a classic story using more advanced HTML/CSS code and content that’s in the public domain.
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If you want to try something else, here’s a video from a friend of ours! Meet Nick, one of our Raspberry Pi Certified Educators in the USA, as he explains how to create interactive fiction stories:
This is a webinar that walks teachers through the steps of creating a piece of Interactive Fiction. This is a great project to do with students who are takin…
Share your story with us!
We would love to see the story you’re choosing to tell this week! When you’re ready, enlist an adult to send us your story. Who knows, maybe we will feature it in an upcoming blog for our global community to see?
As you’re coding something new this week, we’ll be playing through your game projects from last week! We were super thrilled to see so many digital makers submit their games from all over the world: Iraq, Canada, United Kingdom, and beyond. We wonder what story you’ll tell us this week…?
Are you ready? Get set…LET’S CODE!
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