I have been using TurtleArt with my third grade students and decided to give Apple Logo // a try on my Apple IIgs.
To make physical floppies I network boot the Apple IIgs to a Quadra 610 running AppleShare Server 3.
I download the .dsk file I need from the Internet and copy it to a HFS formatted floppy disk. Then I copy the .dsk file to a partition on my CFFA card in the Apple IIgs while booted to the AppleShare Server. I then reboot the Apple IIgs into ProDOS to run Dsk2File and write a physical floppy from the .dsk file.
I used the LCSI manual for Logo II on my MacBook to get me through a few tutorials and to draw some shapes.
I ended up working with Dr. Gary Stager's Dreamtime Designs for the afternoon. This project helped me better understand the role math can play in generating recursive patterns.