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Blocks are the main part of Scratch programming. Here are the ones you’ll start off with!
This project will be building on the last one, “Animate Your Name.” If you haven’t done it yet, go ahead and do so now before starting this project. Or, skip that part of the project and add it in later. In this project, you will be creating a program about, you guessed it, yourself! Let’s getContinue reading “Create Your Own “All About Me” Project”
In this post, you will be learning how to animate your name! If you want, you can also try this project with names of your friends, pets, or family. You can also access a similar tutorial in the tutorials page on the Scratch website, scratch.mit.edu.
This project is for more experienced coders, and will be focusing on incorporating what you’ve learned in school to what you have learned with Scratch! You will be creating a game that will teach people who use it about the topic you are currently learning in school. Because this project is for intermediate or advanced Scratchers,Continue reading “Fast Facts Game”
In this post, you will be learning about the basics of animation. We recommend you read our introduction to blocks before exploring this introduction to animation.
In this project, you will be learning how to create your own background. This can mean anything from editing one from the scratch library or creating a new backdrop entirely. It’s all up to you!
In this post, you will be learning how to make your own sprite by understanding all the features Scratch provides.