🖼 1. Click on the choice board 👀 2. Read the criteria for making a "Hungry Frog" game. 😺 3. Go to scratch.mit.edu, log into your account and create a new project. If you need some help, the flies on the choice board have pieces of code you can use in your game. 4. Screen record your finished game. If you need help there are links on the choice board to help you. 6. Upload your screen recording to your Seesaw journal. 7. Tell us what you have learned. What was easy? What was challenging? How did you solve your problem? 8. Tick to upload for your teacher.
"Scratch is a project of the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab. It is provided free of charge." This project is not strictly for beginners but can be used for younger coders with support. (Especially if you have older students that can pair code with them) The flies do have links to support learners with scripts that the students can use directly in their own coded projects. There is also links to support the learners to use the screen record functions on both iPads and iMacs so they can upload a movie of their coded projects. This is important as young coders on Scratch are not automatically able to share links to their projects as their accounts are 'private'.