Sure is could also be a Summer of KDE project but then I need more people :)
On 05/23/2012 12:25 AM, Aleix Pol wrote:
> On Tue, May 22, 2012 at 10:52 PM, Marco Calignano
> <marco.calignano@...> wrote:
>> Hello everyone,
>> last time I wrote an email with this subject, Pairs happened, I hope this
>> time works as well :)
>> Working on Pairs with the kindergarten teacher I had new ideas. What I could
>> integrate in Pairs I did, in fact
>> from just a "memory" game it became a multigame for memory, logic, sound and
>> Now that Pairs is on his way to release, i'd like to open a discussion on
>> Ideas I couldn't integrate and
>> I ask if we could develop another game with these Ideas.
>> The suggested game is also aimed for preschool kids.
>> It is basically a coloring game. The Kid is presented with more black and
>> white pictures, he can choose colors and paint the objects.
>> The educational part of it is this:
>> let assume that on the screen there are all kind of geometrical figures, and
>> the kid is requested to color only the circle,
>> or even better the circle red, the rectangle blue and the triangle yellow.
>> The same would be with a big selection of objects where the kid has to
>> choose only the ones someone can eat
>> Another game would be to show a set of object all the same shape but with
>> different sizes, and the kid has to pick
>> different color for the biggest and the smallest.
>> And so on.
>> What do you think?
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> Considering that the idea is coming from an actual teacher, I don't
> really have much of an opinion. I'd suggest you to follow their needs
> in form of a fast proof of concept, then we can discuss what to do
> with the project(s).
> Maybe it's a good opportunity for the Summer of KDE people who don't
> have a project yet?
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