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Make Roamer into the Easter Bunny and Find the Easter Eggs
A bit of fun before the holidays. Make Roamer into the Easter Bunny and program it to find the Easter eggs.
Golden Oldies for Youngsters
Image Downloads and Tools to Make Images for Roamer Mats
Symbols to Use When Writing Roamer Programs
Roamer does not have a screen. A knee-jerk reaction is this is a problem, but it can become an advantage. Students handwritten code is a record of their thinking (bugs and all). How should you write the symbols. This download suggests a system. Print the documents and hand them to the students.
On Your Marks, Get Set, GO Roamer
A simple Starting Mat. Print it out and laminate it. You can put it on the floor or a table. It provides Roamer with a starting point and a direction.
Roamer Christmas Song Book
Season’s Greetings from Roamer and friends. An opportunity for Roamer to join in the holiday festivities. Do you have some Roamer code for more carols? Use the Friend of Roamer forms and we will add them to the Song Book!
Access Combined Roamer and Roamer ScratchX Commands
Roamer and Roamer ScratchX projects often need commands (blocks) that are a combination of regular Scratch commands and Roamer ScratchX commands. The Activity Library contains Roamer Scratch Activities which will include the combined commands necessary for the activity. However, if you are creating a Roamer ScratchX project you might want some you can add some off the commands listed here directly into you project. Continue reading
Dressing Up Roamer
A dress making pattern for Roamer. You can make a fabric, paper or plastic cover for Roamer. This allows students to create Roamer characters and develop their basic tool and arts and craft skills.
Write Roamer Programs
From time to time you want to write a Roamer program for example to create student hand out. This template helps you do that quickly using Microsoft Publisher. Free