Resources shared here were initially adapted from the March 2013 Challenges page of the Oklahoma Scratch Camp website.
Today we'll learn on scratch.mit.edu:
Explore different kinds of Scratch Projects!
Also check out these resources:
(From pages 15-16 of Karen Brennan's "Curriculum Guide for Creative Computing with Scratch")
Create a project in which something surprising happens to a sprite. Try this script:
For your third Scratch Project we'd like you to make an ABOUT ME project.
Check out this Gallery of Scratch Storytelling Projects. These Scratch Blocks are helpful when creating stories.
Create your own Scratch story using one of the following models:
(These PDF files above are from Karen Brennan's "Story Time" Handouts on ScratchED.)
First 15 minutes: Start a Scratch story using one of the storytelling models above.
Second 15 minutes: Switch computers and continue working / adding to a Scratch story started by one of your classmates.
(This project idea was copied from the July 15, 2012, Pre-BLC Scratch Workshop at MIT.)
In 15 minutes, create a cool project in Scratch using just these 8 blocks.
(This activity is included as page 16 in the Scratch Workshop Design Guide)
To see what's possible with game design in Scratch, check out these examples:
These were included in Karen Brennan's ScratchED post, "BLC Pre-Conference Workshop: Let's Play! Game Design with Scratch - Monday, July 15, 2012"
Create your own MAZE Scratch game!
These blocks (PDF) are very helpful for creating games in Scratch. Use these blocks to create your own simple game.