I thought maybe there was a script that could output the options, I’m trying to make a options block so I might not even need this. I know a alert, prompt, and confirm block can exist with JS (cuz there’s a project with them) so I thought another JS block could give the user a choice, I mean I made a script that just sends them to a document including the options that is the same link so I’m trying to see if I can put that list of options inside of a prompt block that outputs the selected option if they press “Ok”
It's the most important skill for a teacher. I can't teach early childhood (age<8) because I can't read their minds at all. (I volunteered in a first grade (age 6) class once and it was terribly frustrating for me even though the kids were adorable.) I bet I could read r4x's mind face-to-face, but it's a lot harder without seeing their face, isn't it? (Not saying I'm infallible, by the way; I've felt frustrated with 10-year-olds too, sometimes. But I'm pretty reliable with them.)
And I have a code that brings you to a document with your options. I forgot the command but there must be a way to use the array that turns text into options possible, maybe there’s a command to make interactive text, but putting each command in a list might help achieve something?