A Beginner’s Guide to Scratch that teaches students about how to create a Scratch account, what the different parts of the worktable are called and the different tabs that contain Code Blocks.
Students will learn about how to change a sprite’s costume, how to make a sprite move across the canvas, and practice using important Scratch concepts.
Students will learn about how to make a cat spin randomly around the canvas while learning about the Forever Loop, The Pen Tool, and how to make their cat spin. After finishing the lesson students will have practiced important Scratch concepts and learned how to stamp their sprites on the canvas.
In this lesson you will learn how to animate your name to move, spin, and change colors. After this lesson students will have learned in depth about the Motion Tab and have a better grasp of the Look Tab. This project is the first where students have more creative freedom.
Scratch: Lesson 5 Powerpoint for Teacher Use In this lesson, you will learn how to make a version of the famous game Pong. Pong was one of the earliest arcade games, the first sports arcade game, and the first commercially successful games. Its success helped launch the first home console and establish the video game…
Scratch: Lesson 6 In this lesson, you will learn how to make a Keyboard Piano that can be played on your computer keys. Powerpoint for Teacher Use You will learn how to: Assign functions to keys on your computer keyboard Import images from your computer Step 1: Save your Piano Keys Right click on top…