Use the mouse to move the green ball around collect the mini balls for points, but dodge the big purple ones.
Use the mouse to move around the screen to collect the ball. Don’t touch the evil robot.
I have now created a new scratch project use the force to collect the blue crystals but avoid the red ones they will cost you 5 points.
I managed to create this using Python code. Enjoy.
Press the play button and leave the code on the left.
Press the song name to hear it and press stop before a new song. Hope you like it!!!
This is the second blog the first one is here.
The next day we went to the Jewish memorial for the murdered jews of Europe. It was about World War 2 and had lots of facts and extracts from letters and diaries. Then we went to get some falafels from Da-Da: they were delicious!😋 After that, we went to Princess Cheesecake for some…cheesecake! I had a blueberry cheesecake; it was delicious! I also had some homemade lemonade. When we had finished our cheesecake, we went to Checkpoint Charlie which had helped over 5,075 people cross from East Germany to West Germany. The office even had a man wearing a uniform outside! Then we went to the Deutsches Currywurst Museum. It was really interesting! I had a quiz to do and got most of it correct. Then for tea we went to BRLO a really nice restaurant and brewery.
The day after, we went to the Computerspielemuseum which is a computer game museum. They had loads of computer games on display; many of them were English. Most of them you were allowed to play, however others were just for looking at.
When we had had enough of computer games we went to Sheeso for some delicious burgers. I had a cheeseburger. It was mouth-watering.
Sadly, it was the last day of the holiday we had one of the best things to do… go to the Reichstag, the German parliament building. As we went up the dome I had an amazing panoramic view of Berlin. You could see right to the edge of the city, it was terrific!!! Then we went to the zoo. Here are some of the animals we saw.
Sadly, that was the last day of the holiday. I loved it in Germany and want to go back. This was probably the best holiday ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
In the summer holidays, I went on a fantastic holiday to Germany 🇩🇪 here are the highlights:
When we arrived in Germany, rented a car and went to a lake beach.
We relaxed for a bit, then we went to a park called britzer garten. I got into a load of water sprays and got soaked, then we had a wiener (Pronounced v-ee-n-ur.) A wiener is a hot dog.
When we got in the car we were all looking forward to having a schnitzel.
After the park, we went to Felix Austria, a place for delicious schnitzels. Then we went to our apartment with our bellies full up of schnitzels.
The next day, we went to a Peacock Island ( Pfaueninsel) and we had to get on a boat to get to the island.
On the island, we had a picnic and went into a white castle.
The island’s peacocks were beautiful and shy.
When we went back to main land we went to the apartment for a bit and then went to The Bird for burgers. They were delicious. Afterwards, we went to BrewDog for a few drinks.
Next we went to Stone Brewing to go on a brewery tour.
Afterwards, we went up the Berlin TV Tower and got some amazing panoramic views of Berlin.
Then, we went to see part of the wall that was left up. For tea we went to a street food festival and had currywurst.
That’s it for now but I’ll be back soon with the next few days in Germany.
We went to London for STAR WARS IDENTITIES THE EXHIBITION at the O2 in London.
We had to wear a wristband and a headset. The wristband was so we could find out which Star Wars hero we related to the most; I was an Ewok and I chose to fight for the light side. Georgia was also an Ewok fighting as a bounty hunter for the light side. The headset was so we could listen to facts about Star Wars and some extracts. I really enjoyed the exhibition and looking at different designs of things and people from the past. There were also some models that had been used in the films and some costumes worn by the actors. There were also really cool pictures outside.
In the holidays, we went to the Wistow Maize Maze, which was shaped like Sherlock Holmes’ head with three miles of pathways.
I really enjoyed it and we had to work out who buried treasure under the paths out of six suspects. We worked it out by drawing an item that the criminal was wearing off boards. I got them all down on my sheet using a maze pen.
I also got the overall answer right.
After we finished the maze we did some other mazes, which were fun. The shape of the maze changes every year. These are some of the other years mazes:
I wonder what it will be next year?
I would love to go back next year.
After I’d opened my presents , we went to Milton Keynes and I went on a Helter-Skelter, which was quite high.
After that, we went to the Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre in Great Missenden. I had a quiz to do and there were chocolate doors into the Solo gallery, where you can find out about his childhood.
In the story centre, I made my own movie with figurines. In the Upper Babbling room, which is a craft room, I made a snail in a jar. Afterwards we did the village and countryside trails, the countryside trail through the woods and through a field was amazing, there were grasshoppers everywhere. It was very relaxing!
The woods were the ones that inspired Fantastic Mr Fox, The Minpins and Danny the Champion of the World. Along the high street were some old-fashioned pumps that inspired Danny the champion of the World The library inspired Matilda and the crown house Sophie’s “norphanage”. We also went and looked at Roald Dahl’s grave.
Thanks for all your presents, I loved them all! Hope to see you all again soon.