An Inspired Sunday!

I always check the TpT Newsletter every Sunday morning, even before I get out of bed.  Today Pink Cat Studio was featured with this adorable free game.  Amazing!
Just sooo stinkin' cute!

So I thought, "I have to learn how to do this".  I thought she had programmed the whole thing using visual basic, but she said she just used PowerPoint.  At least I didn't have to learn a new programming language!

After skimming through a few very dry tutorials on YouTube and after a lot of play here is what I made, using Pink Cat Studio's dino clip art set :)

A pterodactyl swoops in...

 Here is the game board.  Each time you click a dinosaur it moves forward until the finish line (except, a meteorite crashes into the dinosaur right before it gets to the finish line.  Morbid? Maybe.  But it is funny!)
Pterry the Pterodactyl is my fave character.
 The questions appear when "Question" is clicked and the same goes for the answer.  If they kids get the answer wrong I can move on to the next question.  If they get it right then I can jump to the race page and update the race.

It is so cool!  I am super proud that I figured out how to do this... when I could have been marking :P  Sorry kids, at least you'll get some sweet review if you don't get your marks by Thursday!


  1. This looks like a lot of fun and. Great way to review curriculum! I'll have to figure out how to do that someday. Thanks for sharing!
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  2. I had such an inspired Sunday today! It started with a lovely morning walk that got my creative juices flowing. I'm currently working on my finance dissertation, and these moments of inspiration are like gold dust.I highly recommend seeking finance dissertation help uk.. It's been a game-changer for me, and I'm feeling more confident than ever about my research

  3. Ah, what a delightful read to kick off my Sunday! The notion of an inspired Sunday truly resonates with me. This post is like a breath of fresh air, offering a reminder to appreciate the simple joys that surround us on this day of rest. I couldn't agree more with the idea of starting the day with gratitude. It sets such a positive tone for the hours ahead. Personally, I find that taking a moment to reflect on the week's achievements and expressing gratitude for the little things enhances my overall mood. In the spirit of an inspired Sunday, I've recently discovered a fantastic way to make my weekends even more enjoyable. Instead of spending hours on end worrying about looming assignments, I've started outsourcing some of my academic tasks to reliable assignment writing services. It has been a game-changer in reclaiming precious time for activities that truly inspire me.


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