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Brent Crowley

Student Instructions

Designing and Coding a Maze in Scratch

Your task is to design a maze that contains a character, walls and a start/finish location. 1️⃣Press the button and find your name. 2️⃣Press the to access the shapes so that you can create a character and walls 3️⃣Design your maze levels. ---> Note, you may need to lock the background by pressing the on the object you want to lock. 4️⃣Press the and press 'Add Voice Caption' to describe how your maze might work.

3rd Grade, 5th Grade, 4th Grade, Computer Science
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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Teacher Notes (not visible to students)

Teachers, this lesson is a precursor to a unit of work on coding a maze. I have created video tutorials and resources that you can use alongside this design template to use with your group of learners. ➡️Video Tutorials: http://bit.ly/SurfSMaze ➡️Printable Worksheets: https://www.surfingscratcher.com/recommends/resources/scratch-coding-worksheets-maze/ Be sure to let me know how you go if you use this resource, and reach out if you have some ideas of your own but you're unsure how to execute them. 🤙