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Path Details

Title Scratch Path
Area

Programming

Language Scratch
Author CoderDojo Foundation

Overview

Overview of terminology

Content types
Core resources 
This content is reviewed by the CoderDojo Foundation and is the recommended starting point for a Dojo or Ninja that's just beginning to address the topic.
Supplementary resources 
Ninjas who have completed the core resources at a specific level and want to learn more related things, without going deeper into the topic yet.
Project ideas 
Ideas for Ninjas or Dojos for more projects they can undertake with the skills they have learned.
Content levels
Beginner ()
No more knowledge than what's listed under Prerequisites is required to start on this content.
Intermediate (★★)
Once the core beginner material has been covered, you are ready to start this.
Advanced (★★★)
Once the core intermediate material has been covered, you are ready to start this.
Badges 
These are awards that can be added, once the badge's requirements have been met, by Dojo Champions to a Ninja's profile page in Zen. For more details, see the badges page.

Learn to make animations and games in Scratch

Prerequisites

Just enthusiasm and a willingness to learn!

Resources

Ninjas learn the basics of coding with Scratch, the visual programming language.

Length

2 Dojos

★★

Ninjas learn more advanced Scratch, while creating some awesome visualisations.

Length

4 Dojos

★★★

Ninjas learn advanced Scratch, while creating a platformer video game they can expand on their own.

Length

4 Dojos

Supplementary resources

Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced resources from CoderDojo Athenry

Length

42 Dojos

★★★

Recreate the popular "Flappy Bird" game in Scratch with this detailed tutorial!

Length

1 Dojos

This is Scratch sushi from beginner level to something that takes a bit of effort, suitable from 7 years upwards and for a six-week program with 2 hours per week.

Length

7 Dojos

How to make the background of your game move across the screen, to give the impression that your sprites are moving quickly even though they are remaining at the same “X” position on the screen.

Length

1 Dojos

★★

Create a game where the player has to navigate to the end of a maze without touching the sides! Learn about the code blocks that can be useful when making games in Scratch.

Length

1 Dojos

Learn the basics of Scratch by building a game where you catch fish, then try a few more game ideas!

Length

1 Dojos

Ninjas learn to create a game where a shark tries to catch a diver using scratch.

Length

2 Dojos

Create a game where you control a beetle to catch falling apples! Ninjas will learn about sprites, movement, collision detection, variables and decision making.

Length

1 Dojos

Create the classic computer game in Scratch. Move your paddle to bounce the ball and keep it in play, like a game of tennis. The aim is to try and bounce the ball past the other player's paddle!

Length

2 Dojos

A collection of Scratch exercises created by the Seattle Dojo.

Length unknown

Ninjas will learn the basic skills needed to create your own game, including sprite movement and collision detection! By the end you will have a cat who meows when she catches her mouse. This will probably take less than half-an-hour to complete.

Length

1 Dojos

~*Halloween Special*~ Make a game where you have to catch the ghost..... but watch out! Don't let the ghoul catch you first!

Length

1 Dojos

★★★

Create the classic game of X's and O's in Scratch.

Length

2 Dojos

Dojo created tutorials showing you how to create a Pacman game in Scratch!

Length

2 Dojos

A Dojo created curriculum 4 week plan to help you get your Dojo started!

Length

4 Dojos

★★

Scratch Sushi Cards with visual design. Mix and match different ingredients to build your own game!

Length

1 Dojos

★★

I designed a way of explaining code to the kids by using English, within normal code syntax. By creating a game using something they do everyday, like eating cereal. The idea was to get them used to thinking about gathering all things needed for a project first and to a little bit of pseudo code, thinking like a coder and finally they’d be reminded of it every time they ate cereal. Then as a final excercise, quickly make the game in scratch.

Length

2 Dojos

★★

Ninjas learn to edit sprites in scratch.

Length

1 Dojos

Project ideas

A MoBot game using Scratch and the Microsoft Kinect controller

Product

Kinect

★★

Ninjas create a racing game using scratch.

Product

Game

★★★

Build a graphical version of Battleships in Scratch.

Product

Game

★★

So you think you know everything there is to know in Scratch? Are you ready for a real challenge? Time to build what can be the most complex genre of old-style computer games…

Product

Scratch

★★

A Scratch game with multiple sprites... and teleporting! The player has to avoid the Daleks which are closing in fast.

Product

Game

★★

Give Ninja's inspiration for future projects.

Product

Scratch

★★

Give Ninja's inspiration for future projects.

Product

Scratch

What's next?

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Learn to make animations and games in Scratch