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In each activity of Google CS First Animation, you used computer science to solve difficult problems.

Take a look back at all you have accomplished and learned in these eight activities.

You've animated a monsters feelings.

You made a story board.

Made an android story.

Created a parallax animation.

And learned more about variables.

Designed a game that you animated, according to your users controls.

Told a story that animated two characters.

Manipulated strings to animate a users name.

And programmed your own studio logo, to use in all your projects.

You can continue to access your Scratch account, and your projects, after this club ends.

The videos and activities you worked on are also available on the CS First website.

You can explore any of the other available themes.

Scratch has a large community of other computer scientists who, like you, are learning and creating with Scratch.

On the Scratch website, you can explore and comment on other peoples creations, and share your own.

In high school or college, you may have the chance to take a computer science course.

You should take them, and learn more.

If you don't have a class at your school, search online for free classes.

Computer science is too important not to know.

Congratulations on all that you have accomplished.

Keep learning, and coding.

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