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 ======Activity : Initials====== ======Activity : Initials======
 **Ninja Instructions** | [[lev1:​Act_Initials_m|Mentor Notes]] **Ninja Instructions** | [[lev1:​Act_Initials_m|Mentor Notes]]
 +Scratch 3 requires the Pen to be added to the code blocks menu.
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 +Add extension button lower left of your scratch screen.
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 +Select Pen and you should see the Pen Code category added to your blocks.
 +{{:​lev1:​penblock.png?​nolink&​100|}}
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 =====Introduction===== =====Introduction=====
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   * You may certainly prepare your program with the base requirements listed above. However, you should feel free to explore issues of color and pen size to create a more interesting project.   * You may certainly prepare your program with the base requirements listed above. However, you should feel free to explore issues of color and pen size to create a more interesting project.
-  * Don't forget about the tips menu that you should have explored in the [[lev1:../level0/Act_StepByStep_s|Step-by-Step Activity]]. You can explore this for assistance on using the pen. +  * Don't forget about the tips menu that you should have explored in the [[lev0:​Act_StepByStep_s|Step-by-Step Activity]]. You can explore this for assistance on using the pen. 
-  * In reality this probably sounds easier than it actually ​  is. Before you start programming you might get out a piece   ​of [[lev1:​../​Act_Initials_s_graph.png|graph paper ]]and plan out your program. Think about the coordinates of the   stage (-240 to +240 for width, -180 to +180 for height) and how/where the    letters that you are drawing would go on the stage. Think about the movement ​  from point to point and when you need to raise or lower the pen.+  * In reality this probably sounds easier than it actually ​  is. Before you start programming you might get out a piece of graph paper and plan out your program. Think about the coordinates of the   stage (-240 to +240 for width, -180 to +180 for height) and how/where the    letters that you are drawing would go on the stage. Think about the movement ​  from point to point and when you need to raise or lower the pen.
  
  
 =====Things to think about when you are done===== =====Things to think about when you are done=====
  
-  *     ​What did you learn about the coordinate system of the stage in Scratch?+  * What did you learn about the coordinate system of the stage in Scratch?
   * What did you learn about using the pen?   * What did you learn about using the pen?
   * What other programs could you write that use the pen to do something fun and creative?   * What other programs could you write that use the pen to do something fun and creative?
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