Coding with Scratch 2
Click HERE to watch a brief introduction to Scratch.
Learn how to make Scratch Projects.
Getting started with Scratch – Watch me dance!
Now you can learn to code your own ghost catching game.
WOW! Look at this!
Scratch 1 Projects
Scratch 2 Projects
Create a GAME in Scratch Junior
Make a game that reads the word out loud when touched by the user
Shoot the ball in the hoop to score a goal.
Mini Golf – Hit the ball into the hole
Explode the object
in Scratch Junior
Watch Examples –
Scratch Junior Halloween Click HERE
Story in Scratch Junior Click HERE
1. What will your story be about? Make a plan.
2.Use speech bubbles, the microphone to record your voice or add sounds.
3.Make your story use more than one background.
4.Create a new Character/Sprite for your story OR change an original sprite. (see Halloween example)
Coding with Scratch Junior
Watch the video then try these Scratch Activities on your iPad.
(HINT: Read the instructions and follow directions carefully!)
Go to ACTIVITIES Page
Follow the directions to make each program
*** Take a screenshot of your work at the end of each activity.***
Simple Maze Activity
Challenge 1: Create your own drawing of a maze using the grid and drawing tools. Add sprites and houses.
Write code to get each sprite to the blue house.
Challenge 2 : Write a code to race the characters to the blue house. Which one will win?
Challenge 3: Create a new maze game with different sprites and race them to a different goal.
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The Hare and the Tortoise
TASK : Create a Scratch Game about a race based on the story of Hare and the Tortoise.
What code pieces might you use to make the hare stop to rest? (Remember, he has to wake up and try to catch the tortoise)
You can choose different sprites to represent the hare and the tortoise.
Create a track or maze with a finish line.
Write your code then, test it and improve it or debug if necessary.
Extension Activity – Do you know how to make the race go through 2 backgrounds?
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National Day of Action against Bullying
Here are Grade 3s posters to support anti-bullying at St Robert’s.