Barefoot - wildlife animations, lesson 2
Lesson 2 of 2
In this lesson, pupils produce further programs with the micro:bit. Pupils produce an animation away from the device by creating a thaumatrope (an animation based on quickly moving between two images), which they share with the class. They then write a program containing their animation and a forever loop using MakeCode, before transferring it to the micro:bit. Pupils go on to use count controlled loops by producing a second animation, which they include within a program.
- I can use repetition within the micro:bit MakeCode editor
- I can design and code an animation using the micro:bit’s LEDs
- I can evaluate my work and suggest improvements