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Thousands of teenagers across the UK will have school lessons in mindfulness in an experiment designed to see if it can protect against mental illness.

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Draw & Animate a Clown Fish
How to draw & animate a Clown Fish.

Welcome! If you would like to use this lesson, below is a link. Make sure you give us a shout out on Facebook or Instagram or Pinterest! Clown Fish Swimming How to Draw a Clown Fish. Draw the Clown Fish in 5 different poses. Save 5 different frames. Type the code to animate your frames.  […]

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Make a SCRATCH Sequence Lesson using Charlotte’s Web.

SCRATCH is so much fun, but I find even the best and most engaged students sometimes have a hard time staying focused because SCRATCH has so many options. Here’s my lesson plan and I hope you like it! Challenge A: Read a summary of Charlotte’s Web. Open SCRATCH and login. Draw a Sprite for Fern, […]

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HTML Colors
How to make a simple webpage with HTML featuring different colors.

I love using colors for HTML! They are so much and deliver a result immediately. You know if your code results are correct or incorrect just by looking at colors!

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