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#### KS3 Programming Revision Worksheet

Using BBC Bitesize to research all the information or if they know it they will not need to research it, students will answer the questions, create algorithms and code for the tasks in Scratch but could be adjusted to another language.

#### Lessons: Linear & binary search

Lessons (x1 hour) on linear and binary searches and logic gate presentation GCSE Computer Science. Starter activities Presentation on linear and binary searches View simulations of both searches Worksheet questions Stretch &amp; challenge activities Plenary Homeworks (Logic gate presentation included)

#### Beginning Python Programming – Code Breaker

A simple example of some basic python commands that creates a code breaking game. The explanation lines have been commented out so you can simply copy and paste the whole document into IDLE (or similar) and see it working, or print to use as a help guide. The task can be extended to include a longer code, different scoring systems, characters instead of numbers, password guesses or allow one player to enter a code that the other has to guess then swap turns… and loads more! (If you find the resource useful, please leave a review as it helps other teachers find it) HackDragn

#### [GCSE+ IGCSE] End of Unit/topic Assessments for Computer Science

SET 1 of a few similar uploads 7 tests for different units Binary, Algorithms and Programming Each is separate with at least two for each unit. I use these as Part of my Y9 Computer Science course which leads students nicely into IGCSE Computer Science and GCSE Computer Science Basic Computer systems covering Hardware, ROM, Input devices etc Algorithms covering design of algorithms with pseudocode, flow charts etc and some trace tables Binary test, covering all areas except addition shifts and hex Programming tests covering conditonal loops, complex conditions, selection, repetition, inputs.

#### Computer Science Bundle

All of my Computer Science resources as I am soon to be moving to another subject.

#### Intermediate Python Programming – Dungeon Escape

This is designed to be used after the Beginning Python Programming examples. The price covers the FREE resources also published. A more complex demonstration of how you can build a dungeon/map game. The game utilises a 2D Array to store a map so that directions can be correctly calculated depending on the player position. The progam also uses a global variable for the map, functions, integer floor division and modulus for time calculations. Development of the game could include: Changing the map, altering the size of the map (look out for limiting variables), adding a wandering monster, adding a new message for the starting square, increasing difficulty, adding a new scoring system and lots more that I’m sure you’ll think of. The explanation lines have been commented out so you can simply copy and paste the whole document into IDLE (or similar) and see it working, or print to use as a help guide. (If you find the resource useful, please leave a review as it helps other teachers find it) HackDragn

#### Basics of Python - Tutorial Videos

A series of videos to explain some of the basic commands in Python programming.

#### Beginning Python Programming – Guessing Game

A simple example of some python commands that creates the start of a random number guessing game. The explanation lines have been commented out so you can simply copy and paste the whole document into IDLE (or similar) and see it working, or print to use as a help guide. Extension work could include adding a way to use the currently unused ‘playerScore’ variable, checking if the player gets it in 1 guess and gives a special message and lots more. (If you find the resource useful, please leave a review as it helps other teachers find it) HackDragn

#### Presentation: how to test a system (x11 slides)

The presentation introduces the idea behind testing and covers the ideas behind the idea of creating a test plan, difference between a fault and an error and shows a blue screen error. It describes the importance of reliability, using different test data (typical, erroneous, exaggerated data) and how to formulate a test plan.

#### Tracing Algorithms and implementing solutions (Dog Years Task)

This is a 2 lesson plan to help students interrogate algorithms, starting with tracing through flowcharts and debugging/answering questions. This was developed to help students in the way they approach solving exam questions for Unit 2. Through flowcharts and then a simple pseudocode style tasks set to build upon the prior knowledge. They can then use the tasks set to identify data types and use the tasks to develop program solutions using Python. Student workbook Powerpoint and teacher Powerpoint slides included.

#### SCRATCH - making a game stage 2

This PowerPoint has video descriptions of how to add features to a simple driving or maze navigation game. I used it with year 3 and made this to help the teachers who were not confident or familiar with SCRATCH themselves. They were able to play the pages and then get the children designing, making, innovating and debugging their games. It is a large file, so allow time for it to download.

#### Web Design Bundle

There are 3 web languages that web developers must learn. They are all interconnected. HTML to define the content of web pages. CSS to specify the layout of web pages. JavaScript to program the behavior of web pages. This resource is apart of this bundle include: Web Design - HTML Unit Web Design - CSS Unit Web Design - JavaScript Unit This bundle covers all three with a total of 17 lessons and 3 assignments + assessment. The whole package is in a Editable Google Slide. The page size is setup to be printed on a 8.5 x 11 page. This makes it easy to digitally or physically share the handouts with the students. Buying this bundle saves you \$3.00! *Note: This resource is in a ZIP file.

#### Web Design - Javascript

There are 3 web languages that web developers must learn. They are all interconnected. HTML to define the content of web pages. CSS to specify the layout of web pages. JavaScript to program the behavior of web pages. This unit is all about JavaScript! This Unit covers: Including JavaScript Outputs Comments Variables Operators Functions Arrays Dates &amp; Time Math Random Conditions Validate Forms Loops Daily Tasks An Assignment + Assessment There are 5 lessons in total for this Javascript unit and a final assignment. The whole package is in a Editable Google Slide. The page size is setup to be printed on a 8.5 x 11 page. This makes it easy to digitally or physically share the handouts with the students. This resource is apart of a bundle which can be found here. Web Design - HTML Unit Web Design - CSS Unit Web Design - JavaScript Unit Web Design Bundle

#### Web Design - CSS Unit

There are 3 web languages that web developers must learn. They are all interconnected. HTML to define the content of web pages. CSS to specify the layout of web pages. JavaScript to program the behavior of web pages. This unit is all about CSS! This Unit covers: Syntax Selectors Text and Fonts Comments Background colors Background images Borders Margins Padding Icons Links Lists Tables Display Position Float Overflow Align Opacity Forms Navigation bar Daily Tasks An Assignment + Assessment There are 6 lessons in total for this CSS unit and a final assignment. The whole package is in a Editable Google Slide. The page size is setup to be printed on a 8.5 x 11 page. This makes it easy to digitally or physically share the handouts with the students. This resource is apart of a bundle which can be found here. Web Design - HTML Unit Web Design - CSS Unit Web Design - JavaScript Unit Web Design Bundle

#### Web Design - HTML Unit

There are 3 web languages that web developers must learn. They are all interconnected. HTML to define the content of web pages. CSS to specify the layout of web pages. JavaScript to program the behavior of web pages. This unit is all about HTML! This Unit covers: About HTML and limitations Notepad &amp; Browser Setup Basic elements HTML Styling HTML Lists HTML Tables HTML Divs, Spans HTML Frames HTML Forms Daily Tasks An Assignment + Assessment There are 6 lessons in total for this HTML unit and a final assignment. The whole package is in a Editable Google Slide. The page size is setup to be printed on a 8.5 x 11 page. This makes it easy to digitally or physically share the handouts with the students. This resource is apart of a bundle which can be found here. Web Design - HTML Unit Web Design - CSS Unit Web Design - JavaScript Unit Web Design Bundle

#### Scratch Bundle: Basics, Intermediate, Advanced (Super Value: 242 pages)

Scratch is a visual programming language that makes coding simple and fun. It can be used to create all sorts of programs. This is the all my basic, intermediate and advanced packages that explains what and how Scratch works, plus setting up your account and getting the software ready to program, right up to game programming. This is a bundled package that include 25 of my Scratch guides. It also includes three tutorial on creating games. Great for students! Buying this bundle saves you \$25! **Note:This package is in a ZIP file. Includes: Scratch Bundle: Basics To Your First Game (Value Pack) Scratch Bundle: Intermediate To Your Second Game (Value Pack) Scratch Bundle: Advanced To Your Third Game (Value Pack)

#### Scratch Bundle: Basics To Your First Game (Value Pack)

Scratch is a visual programming language that makes coding simple and fun. It can be used to create all sorts of programs. This is the basic starting package that explains what and how Scratch works, plus setting up your account and getting the software ready to program. This is a bundled package that include 5 of my Scratch Basic guides. It also includes one tutorial on creating a simple game. Great for students just starting out with scratch. Buying this bundle saves you \$4! **Note:This package is in a ZIP file. This is a bundle of the following items: • Starting from Scratch (Basics #1) [FREE] • Scratch: Interface (Basics #2) • Scratch: Sprites (Basics #3) • Scratch: Colored Blocks and Scripts (Basics #4) • Scratch: Cat vs Dragon - Game Programming (Basics #5) All these resources are also apart of a bigger bundle, which includes Basic, Intermediate and Advanced. You can find that [here](Scratch Bundle: Basics, Intermediate, Advanced (Super Value: 242 pages)).

#### Scratch Bundle: Intermediate To Your Second Game (Value Pack)

Scratch is a visual programming language that makes coding simple and fun. It can be used to create all sorts of programs. This is the intermediate package that explains various of Scratch concepts. This is a bundled package that include 12 of my Scratch Intermediate guides. It also includes one tutorial on creating a dice rolling game. Buying this bundle saves you \$7! **Note:This package is in a ZIP file. What You Get: • Drawing your own sprite • Changing colors • Multiple costumes • The rotation tool • Applying the script • Project accomplishments My Scratch Resources: This resource is part of a numbered set. It can be used separately or in conjunction with my other Scratch resources. You can also get this resource part of my bundled Scratch Intermediate package here. • Scratch: Making Things Move (Intermediate #1) • Scratch: Costumes (Intermediate #2) • Scratch: Special Effects (Intermediate #3) • Scratch: Events (Intermediate #4) • Scratch: Simple Loops (Intermediate #5) • Scratch: Pen Tool (Intermediate #6) • Scratch: Variables (Intermediate #7) • Scratch: Math (Intermediate #8) • Scratch: Strings and List (Intermediate #9) • Scratch: Coordinates (Intermediate #10) • Scratch: Audio (Intermediate #11) • Scratch: Roll the dice - Game Programming (Intermediate #12) All these resources are also apart of a bigger bundle, which includes Basic, Intermediate and Advanced. You can find that [here](Scratch Bundle: Basics, Intermediate, Advanced (Super Value: 242 pages)).

#### Scratch: Creating Blocks (Advanced #6)

To avoid repeating the same set of blocks over and over again, it’s possible to take a shortcut by creating new blocks. Each new block can contain several different instructions. What You Get: • Creating blocks • Define and using blocks • Blocks with inputs • Blocks example • Next Steps My Scratch Resources: This resource is part of a numbered set. It can be used separately or in conjunction with my other Scratch resources. This resource can be bought in a bundle here. Other Resources in this set include the following: • Scratch: Binary (Advanced #1) • Scratch: Decisions (Advanced #2) • Scratch: Sensing and detecting (Advanced #3) • Scratch: Complex loops (Advanced #4) • Scratch: Sprite Communication (Advanced #5) • Scratch: Creating Blocks (Advanced #6) • Scratch: Monkey vs Bat - Game Programming (Advanced #7) • Scratch: Things to try (Advanced #8) • Scratch Bundle: Advanced To Your Third Game (Value Pack)

#### Scratch: Complex loops (Advanced #4)

Simple loops are used to repeat parts of a program forever, or a certain number of times. Other, cleverer loops can be used to write programs that decide exactly when to repeat instructions. What You Get: • Repeat Until • Stop All • Wait • Nested Loops • Next Steps My Scratch Resources: This resource is part of a numbered set. It can be used separately or in conjunction with my other Scratch resources. This resource can be bought in a bundle here. Other Resources in this set include the following: • Scratch: Binary (Advanced #1) • Scratch: Decisions (Advanced #2) • Scratch: Sensing and detecting (Advanced #3) • Scratch: Complex loops (Advanced #4) • Scratch: Sprite Communication (Advanced #5) • Scratch: Creating Blocks (Advanced #6) • Scratch: Monkey vs Bat - Game Programming (Advanced #7) • Scratch: Things to try (Advanced #8) • Scratch Bundle: Advanced To Your Third Game (Value Pack)

#### Scratch: Roll the dice - Game Programming (Intermediate #12)

Simple programs can be both useful and fun. This program will create a dice that can be rolled. You can play it to see who can get the highest number or used as a dice replacement when you play a board game. What You Get: • Drawing your own sprite • Changing colors • Multiple costumes • The rotation tool • Applying the script • Project accomplishments My Scratch Resources: This resource is part of a numbered set. It can be used separately or in conjunction with my other Scratch resources. My Scratch Resources: This resource is part of a numbered set. It can be used separately or in conjunction with my other Scratch resources. You can also get this resource part of my bundled Scratch Intermediate package here. • Scratch: Making Things Move (Intermediate #1) • Scratch: Costumes (Intermediate #2) • Scratch: Special Effects (Intermediate #3) • Scratch: Events (Intermediate #4) • Scratch: Simple Loops (Intermediate #5) • Scratch: Pen Tool (Intermediate #6) • Scratch: Variables (Intermediate #7) • Scratch: Math (Intermediate #8) • Scratch: Strings and List (Intermediate #9) • Scratch: Coordinates (Intermediate #10) • Scratch: Audio (Intermediate #11) • Scratch: Roll the dice - Game Programming (Intermediate #12) • Scratch Bundle: Intermediate To Your Second Game (Value Pack)

#### Scratch: Audio (Intermediate #11)

Scratch programs don’t have to be silent. Use the pink “Sound” blocks to try out sound effects and create music. You can also use sound files you already have or record brand new sounds for your program or game! What You Get: • Adding sound • Playing sound • Volume control • Making music • Playing music • Tempo My Scratch Resources: This resource is part of a numbered set. It can be used separately or in conjunction with my other Scratch resources. My Scratch Resources: This resource is part of a numbered set. It can be used separately or in conjunction with my other Scratch resources. You can also get this resource part of my bundled Scratch Intermediate package here. • Scratch: Making Things Move (Intermediate #1) • Scratch: Costumes (Intermediate #2) • Scratch: Special Effects (Intermediate #3) • Scratch: Events (Intermediate #4) • Scratch: Simple Loops (Intermediate #5) • Scratch: Pen Tool (Intermediate #6) • Scratch: Variables (Intermediate #7) • Scratch: Math (Intermediate #8) • Scratch: Strings and List (Intermediate #9) • Scratch: Coordinates (Intermediate #10) • Scratch: Audio (Intermediate #11) • Scratch: Roll the dice - Game Programming (Intermediate #12) • Scratch Bundle: Intermediate To Your Second Game (Value Pack)

#### Scratch: Coordinates (Intermediate #10)

To put a sprite in a particular spot, or to find out its exact location, you can use coordinates. Coordinates are a pair of numbers that pinpoint a sprite’s position on the stage using an X and Y grid. What You Get: • X &amp; Y positions • X &amp; Y grid • Moving sprites • Moving a penguin My Scratch Resources: This resource is part of a numbered set. It can be used separately or in conjunction with my other Scratch resources. My Scratch Resources: This resource is part of a numbered set. It can be used separately or in conjunction with my other Scratch resources. You can also get this resource part of my bundled Scratch Intermediate package here. • Scratch: Making Things Move (Intermediate #1) • Scratch: Costumes (Intermediate #2) • Scratch: Special Effects (Intermediate #3) • Scratch: Events (Intermediate #4) • Scratch: Simple Loops (Intermediate #5) • Scratch: Pen Tool (Intermediate #6) • Scratch: Variables (Intermediate #7) • Scratch: Math (Intermediate #8) • Scratch: Strings and List (Intermediate #9) • Scratch: Coordinates (Intermediate #10) • Scratch: Audio (Intermediate #11) • Scratch: Roll the dice - Game Programming (Intermediate #12) • Scratch Bundle: Intermediate To Your Second Game (Value Pack)

#### Scratch: Strings and List (Intermediate #9)

In programming, a sequence of letters and symbols is called a “string”. Strings can contain any character on the keyboard (including spaces). They can be of any length. Strings can also be grouped together in lists. What You Get: • Working with words • Making lists • Using lists • Seeing lists • Playing with lists My Scratch Resources: This resource is part of a numbered set. It can be used separately or in conjunction with my other Scratch resources. My Scratch Resources: This resource is part of a numbered set. It can be used separately or in conjunction with my other Scratch resources. You can also get this resource part of my bundled Scratch Intermediate package here. • Scratch: Making Things Move (Intermediate #1) • Scratch: Costumes (Intermediate #2) • Scratch: Special Effects (Intermediate #3) • Scratch: Events (Intermediate #4) • Scratch: Simple Loops (Intermediate #5) • Scratch: Pen Tool (Intermediate #6) • Scratch: Variables (Intermediate #7) • Scratch: Math (Intermediate #8) • Scratch: Strings and List (Intermediate #9) • Scratch: Coordinates (Intermediate #10) • Scratch: Audio (Intermediate #11) • Scratch: Roll the dice - Game Programming (Intermediate #12) • Scratch Bundle: Intermediate To Your Second Game (Value Pack)

#### Scratch: Math (Intermediate #8)

As well as storing numbers in variables, Scratch can be used to carry out all sorts of calculations using the “Operator” blocks. What You Get: • Addition and subtraction • Multiplication and division • Results in variables • Random numbers • Advanced math My Scratch Resources: This resource is part of a numbered set. It can be used separately or in conjunction with my other Scratch resources. My Scratch Resources: This resource is part of a numbered set. It can be used separately or in conjunction with my other Scratch resources. You can also get this resource part of my bundled Scratch Intermediate package here. • Scratch: Making Things Move (Intermediate #1) • Scratch: Costumes (Intermediate #2) • Scratch: Special Effects (Intermediate #3) • Scratch: Events (Intermediate #4) • Scratch: Simple Loops (Intermediate #5) • Scratch: Pen Tool (Intermediate #6) • Scratch: Variables (Intermediate #7) • Scratch: Math (Intermediate #8) • Scratch: Strings and List (Intermediate #9) • Scratch: Coordinates (Intermediate #10) • Scratch: Audio (Intermediate #11) • Scratch: Roll the dice - Game Programming (Intermediate #12) • Scratch Bundle: Intermediate To Your Second Game (Value Pack)

#### Scratch: Variables (Intermediate #7)

In coding, a variable is the name for a place where you can store information. Variables are used to remember things such as a player’s name or the score. What You Get: • Intro to variables • Creating variables • Using variables • Renaming and deleting variables • Read only variables My Scratch Resources: This resource is part of a numbered set. It can be used separately or in conjunction with my other Scratch resources. My Scratch Resources: This resource is part of a numbered set. It can be used separately or in conjunction with my other Scratch resources. You can also get this resource part of my bundled Scratch Intermediate package here. • Scratch: Making Things Move (Intermediate #1) • Scratch: Costumes (Intermediate #2) • Scratch: Special Effects (Intermediate #3) • Scratch: Events (Intermediate #4) • Scratch: Simple Loops (Intermediate #5) • Scratch: Pen Tool (Intermediate #6) • Scratch: Variables (Intermediate #7) • Scratch: Math (Intermediate #8) • Scratch: Strings and List (Intermediate #9) • Scratch: Coordinates (Intermediate #10) • Scratch: Audio (Intermediate #11) • Scratch: Roll the dice - Game Programming (Intermediate #12) • Scratch Bundle: Intermediate To Your Second Game (Value Pack)

#### Scratch: Pen Tool (Intermediate #6)

Each sprite has a pen tool that can draw a line behind it wherever it goes. To create a picture, turn on the pen and then move the sprite across the stage, like moving a pen across paper. What You Get: • Intro to pen block • Drawing square • Smoke Trail My Scratch Resources: This resource is part of a numbered set. It can be used separately or in conjunction with my other Scratch resources. My Scratch Resources: This resource is part of a numbered set. It can be used separately or in conjunction with my other Scratch resources. You can also get this resource part of my bundled Scratch Intermediate package here. • Scratch: Making Things Move (Intermediate #1) • Scratch: Costumes (Intermediate #2) • Scratch: Special Effects (Intermediate #3) • Scratch: Events (Intermediate #4) • Scratch: Simple Loops (Intermediate #5) • Scratch: Pen Tool (Intermediate #6) • Scratch: Variables (Intermediate #7) • Scratch: Math (Intermediate #8) • Scratch: Strings and List (Intermediate #9) • Scratch: Coordinates (Intermediate #10) • Scratch: Audio (Intermediate #11) • Scratch: Roll the dice - Game Programming (Intermediate #12) • Scratch Bundle: Intermediate To Your Second Game (Value Pack)

#### Scratch: Simple Loops (Intermediate #5)

A loop is a part of a program that repeats itself. The loop blocks (from the “Control” section) tell Scratch which blocks to repeat and how many times. They save us from adding the same blocks over and over again. What You Get: • Intro to loops • Forever loops • Repeat loops • Nested loops My Scratch Resources: This resource is part of a numbered set. It can be used separately or in conjunction with my other Scratch resources. My Scratch Resources: This resource is part of a numbered set. It can be used separately or in conjunction with my other Scratch resources. You can also get this resource part of my bundled Scratch Intermediate package here. • Scratch: Making Things Move (Intermediate #1) • Scratch: Costumes (Intermediate #2) • Scratch: Special Effects (Intermediate #3) • Scratch: Events (Intermediate #4) • Scratch: Simple Loops (Intermediate #5) • Scratch: Pen Tool (Intermediate #6) • Scratch: Variables (Intermediate #7) • Scratch: Math (Intermediate #8) • Scratch: Strings and List (Intermediate #9) • Scratch: Coordinates (Intermediate #10) • Scratch: Audio (Intermediate #11) • Scratch: Roll the dice - Game Programming (Intermediate #12) • Scratch Bundle: Intermediate To Your Second Game (Value Pack)

#### Scratch: Events (Intermediate #4)

The brown “Events” blocks in Scratch start scripts when certain things happen. For example, when the user presses a key, clicks a sprite or uses a webcam or microphone. What You Get: • Into to events • Clicking • Key Presses • Sound Events • Webcam Detector • Backdrop Changes My Scratch Resources: This resource is part of a numbered set. It can be used separately or in conjunction with my other Scratch resources. My Scratch Resources: This resource is part of a numbered set. It can be used separately or in conjunction with my other Scratch resources. You can also get this resource part of my bundled Scratch Intermediate package here. • Scratch: Making Things Move (Intermediate #1) • Scratch: Costumes (Intermediate #2) • Scratch: Special Effects (Intermediate #3) • Scratch: Events (Intermediate #4) • Scratch: Simple Loops (Intermediate #5) • Scratch: Pen Tool (Intermediate #6) • Scratch: Variables (Intermediate #7) • Scratch: Math (Intermediate #8) • Scratch: Strings and List (Intermediate #9) • Scratch: Coordinates (Intermediate #10) • Scratch: Audio (Intermediate #11) • Scratch: Roll the dice - Game Programming (Intermediate #12) • Scratch Bundle: Intermediate To Your Second Game (Value Pack)

#### Scratch: Special Effects (Intermediate #3)

We will learn how to use special effects within Scratch! Using the purple “Looks” blocks we will look at how sprites can disappear and reappear, shrink and grow and fade in and out. What You Get: • Intro to effects • Hide &amp; show sprites • Showing sprites • Sizing sprites • Sprite Effects • Teleporting My Scratch Resources: This resource is part of a numbered set. It can be used separately or in conjunction with my other Scratch resources. My Scratch Resources: This resource is part of a numbered set. It can be used separately or in conjunction with my other Scratch resources. You can also get this resource part of my bundled Scratch Intermediate package here. • Scratch: Making Things Move (Intermediate #1) • Scratch: Costumes (Intermediate #2) • Scratch: Special Effects (Intermediate #3) • Scratch: Events (Intermediate #4) • Scratch: Simple Loops (Intermediate #5) • Scratch: Pen Tool (Intermediate #6) • Scratch: Variables (Intermediate #7) • Scratch: Math (Intermediate #8) • Scratch: Strings and List (Intermediate #9) • Scratch: Coordinates (Intermediate #10) • Scratch: Audio (Intermediate #11) • Scratch: Roll the dice - Game Programming (Intermediate #12) • Scratch Bundle: Intermediate To Your Second Game (Value Pack)

#### Scratch: Costumes (Intermediate #2)

To change what a sprite looks like or position you need to change its “costume”. Costumes are pictures of a sprite but in different poses. What You Get: • Intro To Costumes • Walking Cat • Dancing Ballerina • Intro To Custom Costumes • Costume Drawing Tools • Costume Image Tools • Speech Bubbles My Scratch Resources: This resource is part of a numbered set. It can be used separately or in conjunction with my other Scratch resources. My Scratch Resources: This resource is part of a numbered set. It can be used separately or in conjunction with my other Scratch resources. You can also get this resource part of my bundled Scratch Intermediate package here. • Scratch: Making Things Move (Intermediate #1) • Scratch: Costumes (Intermediate #2) • Scratch: Special Effects (Intermediate #3) • Scratch: Events (Intermediate #4) • Scratch: Simple Loops (Intermediate #5) • Scratch: Pen Tool (Intermediate #6) • Scratch: Variables (Intermediate #7) • Scratch: Math (Intermediate #8) • Scratch: Strings and List (Intermediate #9) • Scratch: Coordinates (Intermediate #10) • Scratch: Audio (Intermediate #11) • Scratch: Roll the dice - Game Programming (Intermediate #12) • Scratch Bundle: Intermediate To Your Second Game (Value Pack)

#### Scratch: Making Things Move (Intermediate #1)

Gaming is all about firing, dodging, and escaping. The characters you control might run, drive a car or fly. To create games in Scratch you must learn how to make sprites move. What You Get: • Intro to the Motion block • Creating Blocks • Move () Steps Block • Turn () Degrees Block • Point in Direction () Block • Point Towards () Block • Other Blocks My Scratch Resources: This resource is part of a numbered set. It can be used separately or in conjunction with my other Scratch resources. My Scratch Resources: This resource is part of a numbered set. It can be used separately or in conjunction with my other Scratch resources. You can also get this resource part of my bundled Scratch Intermediate package here. • Scratch: Making Things Move (Intermediate #1) • Scratch: Costumes (Intermediate #2) • Scratch: Special Effects (Intermediate #3) • Scratch: Events (Intermediate #4) • Scratch: Simple Loops (Intermediate #5) • Scratch: Pen Tool (Intermediate #6) • Scratch: Variables (Intermediate #7) • Scratch: Math (Intermediate #8) • Scratch: Strings and List (Intermediate #9) • Scratch: Coordinates (Intermediate #10) • Scratch: Audio (Intermediate #11) • Scratch: Roll the dice - Game Programming (Intermediate #12) • Scratch Bundle: Intermediate To Your Second Game (Value Pack)

#### Scratch: Cat vs Dragon - Game Programming (Basics #5)

This project introduces some basic Scratch coding. We will be creating a game! This package is a great resource to have your students follow. It will teach them about working with blocks, their functions and the basics of running scripts. What You Get: • Sprites following a cursor • Sprites following sprites • Working with costumes • Adding Variables • Adding Music • Student’s Accomplishments • Next steps My Scratch Resources: This resource is part of a numbered set. It can be used separately or in conjunction with my other Scratch resources. You can also get this resource part of my bundled Scratch Basics package here. • Starting from Scratch (Basics #1) [FREE] • Scratch: Interface (Basics #2) • Scratch: Sprites (Basics #3) • Scratch: Colored Blocks and Scripts (Basics #4) • Scratch: Cat vs Dragon - Game Programming (Basics #5) • Scratch Bundle: Basics To Your First Game (Value Pack)

#### Scratch: Colored Blocks and Scripts (Basics #4)

Blocks are color coded depending on what they do. Putting them together builds scripts. This package is a great resource to have your students follow. It will teach them about working with blocks, their functions and the basics of running scripts. What You Get: • Colored blocks: Intro • Function of blocks • Flow of scripts • Running Scripts • Next steps My Scratch Resources: This resource is part of a numbered set. It can be used separately or in conjunction with my other Scratch resources. You can also get this resource part of my bundled Scratch Basics package here. • Starting from Scratch (Basics #1) [FREE] • Scratch: Interface (Basics #2) • Scratch: Sprites (Basics #3) • Scratch: Colored Blocks and Scripts (Basics #4) • Scratch: Cat vs Dragon - Game Programming (Basics #5) • Scratch Bundle: Basics To Your First Game (Value Pack)

#### Scratch: Sprites (Basics #3)

Sprites are the basic components of Scratch. Every Scratch program is made up of sprites. These sprites are controlled by scripts. This package is a great resource to have your students follow. It will teach them about working with sprites interface, creating, naming and editing sprites. What You Get: • Sprites Introduction • Sprites in the Scratch interface • Creating Sprites • Naming Sprites • Editing Sprites • Edit - Drawing Tools • Edit Image Tools • Next steps My Scratch Resources: This resource is part of a numbered set. It can be used separately or in conjunction with my other Scratch resources. You can also get this resource part of my bundled Scratch Basics package here. • Starting from Scratch (Basics #1) [FREE] • Scratch: Interface (Basics #2) • Scratch: Sprites (Basics #3) • Scratch: Colored Blocks and Scripts (Basics #4) • Scratch: Cat vs Dragon - Game Programming (Basics #5) • Scratch Bundle: Basics To Your First Game (Value Pack)