Eighth-grade students in Moore, Okla., used frame animation and coding on design programs Scratch and Game Factory 2, to create video games especially for young students at a local elementary school. "The idea was to use video games, something they are passionate about, as a vehicle through which they can learn everything -- the math that puts the game together, the art that brings it to life and the literature that allows them to tie it all together and tell a story," Victor Rook, Central Junior High class instructor, said.

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