For Hopscotch’s 9th anniversary, we’re inviting the community to reflect on their Hopscotch journey.
We have a Hopscotch Yearbook Page template where you can share your first Hopscotch project, your proudest Hopscotch project, and what project you’re working on now. You can also tell us about your Hopscotch experience. You can personalize the project with colors and icons as you like.
When you’ve finished your page, you can also link to other people’s Yearbook Pages. You can browse for other Hopscotcher’s Yearbook Pages in the #yearbook channel.
Review your Hopscotch projects. Change the Open Project block to link your First, Proudest, and Current projects. Then change the title to include your Hopscotch username.
Share your Hopscotch experience. Change the text objects and enter your coding journey with Hopscotch. How did you start Hopscotch? What were the hardest moments? What motivated you to keep going? What are you thinking about doing next? Any coding tips for fellow Hopscotchers?
Link to the next page of the Hopscotch Yearbook! Go to the #yearbook channel, and find someone’s yearbook page that you’d like to link to, and paste the link in the Open Project block. This will help us to make a virtual book!! Try to link to the newest projects uploaded in the channel so that we can make sure everyone’s page is linked somehow. But also feel free to link to your specific Hopscotch friend’s page.
If you need a recap on using the Open Project block, you can watch our Bulletin Board video in ‘Newest Releases’ under the Learn tab, or refer to this project. Feel free to tweak any part of the project.
Just to let you know, as I think you had a little misunderstanding, we are actually getting ready for Hopscotch’s 9th anniversary, and its B-day is actually on April 16 (the same day as @Madi_Hopscotch’s B-day). I know this because I implemented that date in my seed project in Spring of 2021 when I collected some Hopscotcher’s B-days.