Sunday, 19 October 2014

Alphabet songs playlist: 25 songs and different music styles


Hi kids!
Do you really want to learn the alphabet? Then, listen and sing these songs over and over again. 
You can sing different music genres: Rock, Jazz, Pop, Rap, Hip Hop...
Come on, sing along an have fun with each song style!


You might also like Alphabet songs A to Z from ABCmouse.com

Saturday, 4 October 2014

Vote our promotional video on GSD Innova

Hey dear visitors!
How are you? Have you got a second?
Well, if you're not very busy this weekend, you could help us voting for the promotional video of our Programming Project on Facebook/GSDInnova.  It's very easy. Just follow the instructions bellow:

  1. Open Facebook and log in with your username and password.
  2. Search for GSDInnova.
  3. Click on "Publicaciones de la página" on the left side.
  4. Look for Begoña Codesal, the 4th Grade teacher who uploaded the video "El año que aprendimos a programar", watch it and if you like it, click on "me gusta"
  5. You can write a comment if you want.
  6. You can share it on your Facebook, Google+...
  7. Hurry up!!! Voting ends on Monday!!!
* Hopscotch team in New York, USA loved our movie too and  post it with English subtitles on their blog. This is the link!


* I want to thank my dear Héctor Rodríguez Martínez  for his great work as a film director and all the students in class 3A and class 3E for their fantastic performance.

You might also like to visit our website Coding in Arteixo



Thursday, 18 September 2014

Welcome back to the biggest party on the Internet


Hi kids!
It was great to see everyone back again in our English classroom so let's celebrate our back to this blog  with The biggest party on the Internet by Magnum Pleasure Hunt.
In this game you must control a character to move around various websites. If the girl heats a gold balloon, another character appears behind her to dance the conga-line.
It's a great fun!

* You might also like the previous games :

       

Saturday, 21 June 2014

Happy Summer Holidays

Cinemagraph created by Rebecca Mock
(A Cinemagraph is a still photo that moves like a movie)

Dear kids,
Summer holidays are here, and alll of us need a time of relax; but it is a time to say goodbye to 6th grades who will not return next year!
Congratulations for your graduation, guys! I'm really happy for you and I wish you a great succes in your future life.
But remember Albert Einstein's words: "There is a force more powerful than Steam, Electricity and Atomic Energy: that force is the Will!"

I wish you a happy summer, wherever your adventures take you!
Please, Keep in touch!

* You might also like:
- How to make Cinemagraphs
- Cinemagraphs: Qué son y cómo realizarlos?


Monday, 9 June 2014

The year we learnt to code



Hi everyone! 
Last week, on June 4th, we celebated the III Congress Ponte dos Brozos in Arteixo Innovación Building.
Many personalities from politics, culture and education, teachers and families were there. 
In the coffee break, people enjoyed the opportunity to see some of the projects and interacted with our students who showed their skills and had a great fun challenging the visitors.
The event was a great success!

This is our presentation "The year we learnt to code" about our project for 3rd Grade using Hopscotch


Sunday, 8 June 2014

Coding in Arteixo, our new Website


Hi there!
Teachers and students from class 3A and 3E are very excited to welcome to our new website 
"Coding in Arteixo" where you will find our projects using Hopscotch iPad app.

All  projects were created by 3rd grades and teachers at CEIP Ponte dos Brozos Primary School.
We hope you enjoy our world of fantastic characters, interactive art, animated stories and games.

Just click the link under each screenshot and you can watch it from any web browser, no iPad requiered.
Or, you can open directly from your iPad. Just click on the icon and choose open in Hopscotch.

Have fun!

Saturday, 7 June 2014

Animated stories using Hopscotch, Coding for Kids



Hi guys! 
Here you are your animated story using Hopscotch turned into a cartoon video.
Well done! You are very good coders but  excellent actors too!

Congrats! 
Your animation has all the elements of a good story:

  •  It has got a title: "Escape on a starry night" 
  •  There is a narrator and there are some dialogues
  •  There is a setting: Where and When the story takes place. 
  •  There are heroes and villains, main characters and supporting characters, protagonists and antagonists... 
  •  There is a plot that is all the action that takes place during the story. 
  •  There is a conflict: the robbers try to escape from the police but the hero stops them. 
  •  There is a climax: the villains are defeated and Pod saves Hopscotch City. 
  •  There is a resolution: Hopscotch characters go out and celebrate the victory. Everybody is happy. It's a happy-ending.

* Get Hopscotch: Coding for kids, a visual programming language


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Sunday, 1 June 2014

Kids react to old computers!

Hi, guys! 
Have you ever seen an old computer like this one on the video? Have you ever heard about old floppy disks?
Check it out on this hilarious video: "Kids react to Old Computers" 
The kids are 6 to 13 years old and they discover one by one a huge and old Apple computer. A computer before the Internet Era!

Before the Internet even existed?!
One of the kids asks: " How do I look up for homework? 
"Go to the library" - The man behind the camera says.
Pretty funny, isn't it?

Enjoy it!

Sunday, 27 April 2014

At the Maths Fair with Hopscotch, coding for kids


Hi there!
Yesterday, we were at the 5th Maths fair organised by AGAPEMA, the Mathematics Teacher Association of Galicia. 
Thirteen schools from the city of A Coruña and the metropolitan area took part in it.

Our school exhibited our Programming Language project:
1st grades were showing their experiences with Sphero, Daisy the Dinosaur, Move the turtle and Tynker,
5th grades with Scratch ,
 and  3rd grades were there to show our experiences in the classroom using Hopscotch coding for kids.


It was a great saturday!
Coding is fun, isn't it?

* I would like to thank all students for their participation and the families for their support.