Introduction to Scratch: Learning Path
In this project, you will create a space scene with characters that 'emote' to share their thoughts or feelings. Emotes are a way of showing the personality of a character in a game.
In this project, you will learn how to create an animation with sprites that run or fly to catch a bus. Animation creates the effect of movement by changing pictures quickly.
In this project, you will learn how to create a game in which you have to find a hidden bug on each level. The game will have ‘start’ and ‘end’ screen backdrops, and a timer to show the player how quickly they found the bugs.
In this project, you will design and create a silly eye character. The character’s eyes will follow the mouse pointer to bring your character to life.
In this project, you will design and create a short animation with a surprise. Digital storytelling allows everyone to share their stories and creative imaginings with other people.
In this project, you will create a book in Scratch based on your own idea. Your book will need to meet the project brief provided.
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Make a dragonfly that grows bigger as it eats annoying mosquitos and other insects.
This clicker game engages it's user to play the drum to earn points to upgrade to a bigger and better drum, in a bigger and better venue.
Create a shop simulation game that is themed by you. This game can be a person or non-player game, or even a vending machine!
Design and build a top down view parkour game where your character will need to jump, hop, glide, bounce or fly to catch a ride on a moving platform and make it to the end.
This project is led by a design brief that can be used online with limited guidance or by using the drop down menus to get explicit instructions. Create a virtual pet game where users interact with character's to meet the characters' needs.
Project Collection Module 1
You are going to learn how to program a character that can talk to you! A character like that is called a chat robot, or chatbot.
In this project, you are going to learn how to make a racing game. The player uses the mouse to navigate a boat to an island without bumping into obstacles.
Project Collection Module 2
You’ll learn how to create a platform game in which the player has to dodge moving balls to reach the end of the level.
In this project you’ll create a maths quiz game in which the player has 30 seconds to give as many correct answers as possible.
In this project, you will create a memory game in which you have to memorise and repeat a random sequence of colours!
In this project you’ll learn how to create a game in which the player has to match up coloured dots with the correct colour of the controller wheel.
In this project you will learn how to create a game in which you have to save the Earth from space monsters.
In this project, you’ll learn how to create your own adventure game world with multiple levels to explore.
Project Collection Module 3
In this project, you will create a game in which you need to guide cats to safety and not let any of them fall through the gaps!
You will create hundreds of flowers of different sizes, shapes, and colours. You can export the flower pictures and use them as wallpapers on your phone or computer, or as backdrops in other Scratch projects.
In this resource, you will create a flag quiz to test yourself and your friends. In the quiz, six flags and the name of a country are displayed, and you have to click on the correct flag to match the country.
In this project you will make a Scratch game in which you need to find a sprite that is hidden among a huge crowd of other characters.
Create a game in which you have to guide a parrot past scrolling pipes to score points.
In this project you will make a game in which you play the notes of a song as they scroll down the Stage.
Protect the Planet: Project Collection
The United Nations brings countries together to make the world a better place. In this project, you will create an animation about the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals that focus on the environment.
Explore sharks' favourite food source (fish, not humans!), as well as the impact of plastic in the water.
Computers can be used to study wildlife in areas where it's not practical to do this. In this project, you will create a camera that recognises different colours
Use Scratch to input real data on the type and amount of natural resources used by countries across the world to generate electricity.
Use Scratch and the Pen extension to create a map showing where real sea turtles in Africa moved during their nesting time.
Wellbeing: Project Collection
In this project, you will make a game that will help you to improve your concentration. Playing computer games can be a good way to relax and learn new skills — just make sure that you balance gaming with other activities.
You will develop a serene (meaning peaceful) scene of a wood, which you can look at, listen to, and relax with.
In this project, you will create an app for family and friends to design their own fruit salad. Preparing food and creating art are great ways to relax — the Fruit salad app lets you make food art!
Watching nature is a brilliant way to relax, but wildlife doesn’t always come along when you want it to. In this project, you will make a butterfly garden where each butterfly flies in exactly the pattern you tell it to.
You can keep yourself moving, flexible, and alert by doing regular and relaxing exercises, including while you are seated. Write a program to help you and others stay healthy from a seated position.