When you are done, be sure to SAVE/DOWNLOAD your image from Visual Poetry and then UPLOAD it into your Google Doc file, so that you have both versions of your poem. Then, share your Google Doc with me.
Click on the wall embedded here or go to the link to the wall, and add some kind words for all the time and effort that Mr. Hallett puts into making Quidditch at our school something special. We will share your thanks when all classes have finished.
An announcement about this 2016 National STEM Video Game Challenge was finally released this month.
For more information, read about the challenge. The deadline for submitting (which you can do through Gamestar Mechanic) a game with a science, math or technology theme is August 15.
This is from the news release:
The STEM Challenge is open to middle school and high school students in the U.S. in grades five through twelve. Students may enter as individuals or as teams of up to four members. Entries can be created using any game creation platform such as Gamestar Mechanic, Unity, GameMaker, and Scratch or as a written game design document. The deadline to submit entries is August 15, 2016. Each winner will receive a cash prize of $1,000, as well as game design and educational software. Student winners will be invited to a special event at National Geographic in Washington, DC in November 2016. – See more at: http://stemchallenge.org/featured/national-stem-video-game-challenge-launches-fifth-competition/#sthash.FD1aUnCr.dpuf