Follow the “Design a Holiday Card" tutorial:
You will find the instructions on the right hand side of the window under a section titles “Tips”. When you finish doing what they tell you to, click on the blue “>” at the bottom to move onto the next page.
Your Scratch holidy card must feature at least 5 different animations! That means there must be at least five different things that happen when you click on the screen, a character, or hit a key on the keyboard. You can:
Interacting with your Scratch animated Holiday card using a keyboard is snoozeville. While keyboards, gamepads, joysticks, and other input devices provide a standard input that makes it easy for folks to learn and for developers to design for, they don't leave much room for imagination.
Use the materials provided, or those available to you, to recreate the digital animation in physical form. In the next step, we'll wire that up to a MaKey MaKey.
Once you've got the physical card looking decent, but maybe before it's completely done, you're ready to make the connection between the physical world and the digital one.
In Challenge 3.2 we learned that the MaKey MaKey interupts the normal keyboard function (or rather, it acts as a keyboard) and the keys are activated when a circuit is completed (through your body) between the Earth (or ground) and a key when a connection is made by pressing or touching both of them.