CODING GAMES WITH SCRATCH
3rd - 5th
SIGN UPS CLOSED
06/22 – 07/03 CLOSED 06/29 – 07/10 CLOSED 07/06 – 07/17 CLOSED 07/13 – 07/24 CLOSED 07/20 – 07/31 CLOSED 07/27 – 08/07 CLOSED
9:00 – 10:00 AM
11:00 – 12:00 PM
1:00 – 2:00 PM 2:00 – 3:00 PM 3:00 – 4:00 PM 4:00 – 5:00 PM
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Develop a game using Scratch, the drag-and-drop learning environment created by MIT Media Lab. Through this course, students will learn the foundations of computer science and programming logic by using code blocks to create their own games, animations, or even stories. Coders will also gain valuable experience collaborating with their classmates in every step of the course from design to development and debugging. This course features colorful visuals and simple designs to help enhance the experience for coders to develop their STEM skills.
Includes 2 – 3 hours of at-home asynchronous material.
*Requires access to a computer, internet, and webcam.
Instructor to Student Ratio: 1 to 5
Completing this course will help you:
In the first week of class, students will learn to navigate through the Scratch platform and start learning basic coding concepts.
Students will complete a guided tutorial to complete their first game, Banana Hunt!
Concepts that will be covered include:
- Creating Events
- If / Else Statements
- Conditional Statements
- Learning & Using Variables
- Utilizing Sensors
In the second week of class, students will finish completing the guided tutorial game and start brainstorming and creating their own game.
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