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Art and computer science collide in a kaleidoscope. Scholars create a virtual kaleidoscope using block-based computer coding. They alter the patterns and the rotational speeds and sizes to create unique kaleidoscopes.

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Instructional Ideas

  • Collaborate with an art teacher for the activity
  • Bring in a kaleidoscope to set the stage for the lesson
Classroom Considerations

  • One part of a larger series about coding using math

  • Includes hints to help learners
  • Final product is downloadable

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