Properties of Matter
Challenge: Program Iron Sprite to be magnetic when clicked, program Bismuth Sprite to change color when clicked, program Sulfur Sprite to catch fire (reactivity), program Indium Sprite to get squashed (Ductility), program Aluminum Sprite to fly (density), program Gallium Sprite to melt when clicked (melting point).
BittyHack Programing Challenge
Step 1 - Enter the template
Click the link above to enter the template to explore and discover how to put your code together.
Step 2 - Make Bismuth change color
Program Bismuth to change color when you click on the Sprite called "Bismuth." Then insert code that resets Bismuth to its normal color when you want to restart.
Step 3 - Make aluminum fly
Program Aluminum to fly when clicked. Then insert code that returns Aluminum Sprite to its original position.
Step 4 - Make indium get squashed
Program Indium to get squashed when clicked. Then insert code that returns Indium Sprite to its original size.
Step 5 - Make sulfur catch fire
Program Sulfur Sprite to get catch fire when clicked. Then insert code that returns Sulfur Sprite to its original costume.
Step 5 - Make Gallium Melt
Program Gallium Sprite to get catch fire when clicked.
Step 5 - Make Iron do Something!
Program Iron Sprite to do something irony when clicked.
Hooray! You Did It!
You made animations that illustrate the properties of matter of many interesting elements. Hooray! You are now a computer programmer!
Animate Your Sprites.
Now make your app more interesting.
Make the animation of your sprites more interesting and complex. Use your creativity and computer programming problem solving skills to experiment and create and animation that you will be proud to show your teacher.
Do you still need help? Click me to reveal the finished project.