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Dancing Mrs Popcorn

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Mrs Popcorn loves to dance. She is a classy lady and that is why she has a Marypoppin's hat and a long skirt. She also moves to classical music.
We learnt how to convert circular motion to linear motion for her hips to move. We also learnt how to do make the wedo kit do things in parallel as well as good coding practice with commenting the program.
The drums were inspired by the drumming monkey.

Anika
 

 

1 Comment

  1. barbarab

    What a clever way of making Mrs. Popcorn dance! The drum accompaniment is great too. And you’ve done a nice job of adding comments to your program.

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