This workshop is to be 30 minutes in length.
It is scheduled for FHS (12:25-12:55)
and later broadcast online via Bridgit (3:45-4:15)
The online version will be recorded and linked here.
(This workshop was in conjunction with
"Atlantic Learn to Code Week".)
Getting a Basic Game Working
For the first 15 minutes, we'll get a basic game working.
Actually, if we have time, we'll make 2 games!
I'll also show my video series where students make a Frogger video game. Once this was completed, my students then had to choose between:
What about other Subjects?
Where do I find more?
The Scratch web site is a great place to start.
The community of Scratch programmers is large and includes both young and old. Everyone loves to share their projects!
Presenter: Graham Rich
Contact Mr. Rich
Scratch 2.0 Introduction (video of agenda above)
Watch this video for a quick introduction to Scratch 2.0.
If you would like to login to save your work, you will need to create a free account. (not shown)
Make a "Keep Away" Game
Say "goodbye" to the horse (above video).
Then create a Keep Away game with a dog and a witch.
This is a silly and simple game to make. Feel free to make it more difficult!
Again, if you would like to login to save your work, you will need to create a free account. (not shown)