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Scratch Projects

Learning Intentions

  • Learn how to plan a project
  • Learn how to develop a project, understanding the capabilities and limitations of a piece of computer software (Scratch)

Success Criteria

  • I will be able to develop a project using Scratch, knowing the boundaries of the program

What this series of lessons is about

  • For the next few weeks, you will be building your own Scratch program without any instructions. 
  • The project will have to meet a certain set of requirements to obtain full marks and you should use all the time to develop your project.

Project ideas

  • Flappy Birds
  • A Racing game
  • A side scroller game
  • A platformer game
  • An adventure game
  • A maze game
  • A drawing game

Before you build your project...

  • In the industry, before anyone builds a project, ideas are written down on a whiteboard and picked out. 
  • The idea that is picked is then refined or fleshed-out.
  • Finally, the project is broken down into sizeable chunks that allow the developer to see clearly what they want to achieve. 

Using the Scratch website, research some projects that have already been made.

Open the project plan task on Google Classroom:

  • Come up with some ideas for your own project
  • Refine your ideas into one project
  • Draw a user interface for your project
  • Start developing your project

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S1 Computing :: Scratch programming :: Scratch Projects
© J Balfour
09:22 | 27-06-2022
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