They used objects, properties and numbers to add effects to their videos, and strings to change the color of the videos they'd shot.
They learned about and created variables to hold their number and string values!
The next day, the class moved onto learning about how to create and manipulate arrays.
They used this knowledge to put photos they took into arrays, and iterated through them to create stop motions videos.
Once they learned how to create simple stop motion videos, they went out with clay and paper to create more elaborate videos, including this one below titled 'The Big Blob Attack'. Check out the code that was used to put it together!
Later in the week, students moved on to some more advanced lessons, and used functions and variables to make their videos change over time. Sam used these coding skills to make a video of a plane look like an old movie!
Final presentations were great! Students showed off their final videos, and talked about the coding concepts that they had used in their final edits.