I confess. I love forget-me-nots. Especially the blue ones. They make you feel better in spring, although they are so inconspicuous. Therefore, they had to find one of the worksheets to be coded. Here in a very simplified form, but they are still!
Our forget-me-nots, typically spring flowers, have been encoded with colorful pixels. As a task prepared for younger children, large 1.5 cm x 1.5 cm grids were placed in a 10 x 10 table. The colors of the pixel grids are described with an orderly code, one square each.
Mystery picture – pixel art
Graphic dictation can be used in various ways:
- coloring the picture according to the given code – children read the code on their own,
- coloring the picture according to the given code by ear – someone is reading the code to the child,
- pasting the image according to the given pattern,
- redrawing the image from the original solution,
- writing the code based on the printed pattern.