Take and Makes for this project, for ages 9-12, will be available at area PPLD libraries beginning Friday, Dec 3, 2021. Watch this project at: https://youtu.be/7UU9Yarq59Y?list=PLMEg2Dd0dSFebLULGu2RriY_RSSZgaH-X
Supplies & Directions:
Supplies provided in kit: cord, beads, keychain ring
Supplies from home: scissors
- Write down the initials of your name and decode them using the binary code key provided. (Or see pdf below for the code key.)
- Use blue and green beads to represent 0 and 1 - one color will represent the number zero, and the other color will represent the number one.
- Tie a double knot at the end of your cord.
- Put the beads for your first initial on the cord.
- Tie another double knot to separate the initials.
- Put the beads for your second initial on the cord.
- Tie a double knot.
- Use the remaining cord to either tie the beads around your wrist as a bracelet, or affix the cord to the keychain ring. Cut off any access cord. Enjoy your binary bracelet or keychain!
*This project was created in honor of Hour of Code. Learn more about Hour of Code at code.org!