MAKEY MAKEY ADVANCED CLASS

Makey Makey Advanced Class
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MAKEY MAKEY ADVANCED CLASS

7 Lessons

59 Enrolled

Level

This is an advanced class for makers that have moved beyond the banana piano and are looking for more complex ideas. If you are new to Makey Makey, make sure you take the introductory class first!

This is a great class for makers who want to go further with their inventions! You’ll learn how to use those headers on the back of the board, light LEDS, remap the default keys on your Makey Makey, and even launch a design challenge!

This class is not currently accepting new enrollments. The Classes feature will be retiring soon, but class content will remain accessible.

Class Author:MakeyMakey

Computers are going bananas! Use #makeymakey to practice invention literacy and connect the world to your computer.

Class Teacher Assistant:colleengraves

Lessons

Using Output and Lighting an LED

Lesson 1: Using Output and Lighting an LED

In this lesson, you’ll learn how to use the “output” pins on the back of the Makey Makey to tinker with Play-doh switches and craft your own simple paper circuit.

Using Output and Lighting an LED

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Remap Makey Makey or Makey Makey Go!

Lesson 2: Remap Makey Makey or Makey Makey Go!

Sometimes you need to build an invention that uses key presses for your project other than the ones currently mapped on your Makey Makey. In this lesson, you’ll learn how to change the key inputs by remapping your board.

Remap Makey Makey or Makey Makey Go!

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Learn How to Use the Back of the Board and WASDFG Inputs

Lesson 3: Learn How to Use the Back of the Board and WASDFG Inputs

Let’s learn how to use the input pins on the back of the Makey Makey to give you access to 18 inputs for your inventions. Remap a second Makey Makey board, and you’ll have access to 36 inputs!

Learn How to Use the Back of the Board and WASDFG Inputs

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Use the Back of the Board to Create a Full Scale Floor Piano

Lesson 4: Use the Back of the Board to Create a Full Scale Floor Piano

Now that you know how to remap a Makey Makey and use all of the inputs, why not make an oversized floor piano! In this pick-and-choose lesson, you’ll learn how to make a simple floor piano, an giant full scale piano, and a portable yoga mat piano!

Use the Back of the Board to Create a Full Scale Floor Piano

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Create a Gigantic Makey Makey for Sharing With Others

Lesson 5: Create a Gigantic Makey Makey for Sharing With Others

In this lesson, you’ll create an oversized Makey Makey you can use as a working prop for teaching others about this awesome invention kit!

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Coding a Scoring Invention: Exit Ticket or Data Tracker

Lesson 6: Coding a Scoring Invention: Exit Ticket or Data Tracker

In this lesson, you’ll stretch your Scratch skills to learn how to code a scoring invention. You can use this concept to create a game, code a voting poll, and more!

Coding a Scoring Invention: Exit Ticket or Data Tracker

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Invention Challenge With Simple Coding

Lesson 7: Invention Challenge With Simple Coding

In this lesson, you’ll learn how to create a design challenge for yourself or for students! Stretch your invention skills with an open-ended prompt that pushes you to play and create with everything you’ve learned about Makey Makey.

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Now that you have the skills, what are you waiting for?
Get out there and make something!