This week’s project is a very interesting interactive animation. We will use cloning to turn one butterfly into a whole team of Synchorised Butterflies and we will be able to control their movements with key presses.
This week’s project is another fun game. We will create a game in which you have to guide a parrot past scrolling pipes to score points. We will be learning how to create our own sprites, how to use sounds and detect collisions.
Today in Code Club we create an archery game, in which you have to shoot arrows as close to the bullseye as you can. We will revise using animations, broadcasts and random numbers.
This week’s project is a racing game. We will be learning about operators and variables as we code a boat race game, where we use the mouse to navigate the boat to an island without bumping into obstacles.
Another Game programmed in Scratch, here we have to try to remember the sounds of the drums to match the sequence.. Why not code along, and then when the video is over continue with the challenge.
Another Game programmed in Scratch, here we have a Catch The Dots game. Why not code along, and then when the video is over continue with the challenge. Add dots that can double your score or dots that can slow you down.
Another Game programmed in Scratch, here we have a Good Guy and a Bad Guy. Why not code along, and then when the video is over continue with the challenge. Add good sprites who give you points, and bad sprite who take points away.
A festive game where the Easter bunny has to find all the Easter eggs in time for Easter
To prepare for these videos, the children will need to have access to Scratch, the programming app, at home. There are two ways in which the children can access Scratch, one by downloading the offline application, Scratch 3.0 or by signing up for an account on Scratch online.