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Technology Roll A Story

Technology Roll A Story

Roll a die three times to pick a character, setting and problem. Use these to write your creative story! This Roll a Story is great to write a technology based piece. This resource works great with our Digital Dice.
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Computer Vocabulary Posters

Computer Vocabulary Posters

This package contains 50 Computer Vocabulary posters. Each Computer Vocabulary poster has a definition and an image. Computer Vocabulary Posters look great in the classroom, a technology lab, a library or near your Chromebook cart. Each posters can be printed on a standard 8.5 x 11 inch paper and comes in 3 different border styles. Print out all of them or just the one’s that you want to display around your school. Mix and match. The choice is up to you!
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Technology Quote Posters

Technology Quote Posters

20 technology quote posters. Each technology themed classroom quote has one related image. Technology quote posters look great in the classroom, a technology lab, a library or near your Chromebook cart. Each posters can be printed on a standard 8.5 x 11 inch paper and comes in 3 different border styles. Quotes from Steve Jobs, Larry Page, Mark Zuckerberg, Marissa Mayers and more!
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Virtual Dice In The Classroom

Virtual Dice In The Classroom

Learn how to use Virtual Dice in your classroom with this resource. It includes a one page, easy to follow, 3 steps to access as many dice as you need. The poster comes in 4 colors.
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QR Code Technology Classroom Posters

QR Code Technology Classroom Posters

Post these QR Code posters around your classroom so your students have quick access to websites. This free resource also includes a link to create your own QR codes. This set of technology posters has technology based educational websites.
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Classroom Rules Hashtag Posters

Classroom Rules Hashtag Posters

Tired of displaying your classroom rules in a boring manner? This resource is a fun, creative way to display classroom rules. This resource includes In this download, you will get 12 classroom rules and hashtag posters. Also included is a main “Classroom Rules” poster. There are two sizes of posters and multiple styles. The first is the standard 8.5 x 11 paper size. The second is half a pge. The half page style comes with two rules per page and a dotted line to cut the pages easier. Full Page 8.5 x 11 Styles: 3 Black and white 2 Colored Half Page 4.25 x 5.5 Styles 2 Black and white 1 Colored The included posters: Classroom rules Have a positive rules Come to class prepared Throw out trash No cell phone use in class Raise your hand Try your best Be kind Follow directions Work hard Stay seated Listen Be respectful
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Phone App Icebreaker

Phone App Icebreaker

Have your students draw pictures that represent themselves as phone apps. This resource comes in 3 styles: With title Without title Blank phone You can provide specific criteria to your students or just allow them to draw whatever they like.
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Snapchat About Me

Snapchat About Me

This resource is a fun assignment to get to know them. Their task is to create a Snapchat camera view with information about themselves. They can draw and color their favourite hobbies, activities and interests. It is just a fun interactive way to learn more about your students. This resource includes: • about/how to use with rubric • 2 different Snapchat layouts • 2 different colors for each layout style
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Snapchat Template

Snapchat Template

These are blank Snapchat templates. Give them to students to write a story, draw a picture or whatever you like! This resource comes with: Full Page View Phone View 4 Per Page Each come in 4 colors; Yellow, Red, Blue, Gray
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Snapchat Exit Tickets

Snapchat Exit Tickets

Use these Snapchat Exit Tickets as a formal assessment for your students. These Exit Tickets allow your students to show what they’ve learned in a fun way. This set includes 17 different exit tickets to print for students individually or to hang in your classroom for daily use. Exit tickets can reflect a specific question asked by a teacher, can ask students to simply rate their understanding numerically or even ask students to briefly summarize a concept or answer a problem writing their response.
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Technology Survey for Parents

Technology Survey for Parents

I use a lot of technology in my classroom. This survey is helpful to find out what kind of technology my students have access to at home as well as which students need extra support at school. The questions ask what types of devices the students have access to as well as if they are allowed to use them. I also like feedback on what parents think in terms of using technology within classroom. Print this resource out and get feedback from your students parents in no time!
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Sticky Note Template (Editable in Google Slides)

Sticky Note Template (Editable in Google Slides)

Post-it and other brands of sticky notes are put to good use everyday by teachers and students. With this resource you are able to create your own. These can be used for ANY subject. Best of all you can edit them directly in Google Slides. This template includes: 3x3 Sticky Note Template 1.5x2 Sticky Note Template Premade To Do List Note Template (in 3 colors) Premade Today’s Goals Note Template (in 3 colors)
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Social Media Profile Ice Breaker

Social Media Profile Ice Breaker

This ice breaker is great to use with all your students for ANY grade! Students fill out “Social Media” styled profiles. It is a great way to learn about your students in an interactive way. This ice breaker can be used in two different ways: Print: • Print out the page and have your students fill in the information and draw pictures. Collaboration: • If your class has access to Chromebooks, iPads or computers you can have your students collaborate on the document. • Share your Google Slide with your class. • At the bottom of each Social Media page is a student number. Assign each student a number. All your students can work on their page all on the same Google Slide at the same time! • This Google Slide is set-up for 30 students!
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Timeline Template (Editable in Google Slides)

Timeline Template (Editable in Google Slides)

Best of all, this resource is available in both printable pdf format as well as a Google Slides editable format. This timeline template allows students to create a timeline with linked information for each event.The timeline page supports 11 events and has the age range of 0 to 17. If you need more events for your timeline, duplicate the slide. Your students are able to click the arrow and point it at the appropriate time. They can also double click the event boxes and write in their description. The template is locked, so your students can’t mistakenly move or delete the background. If you choose to print the PDF, have your students draw the arrows themselves. This resource includes one version with arrows on each event box and one version without any arrows, ready to print.
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Google App Posters for your class!

Google App Posters for your class!

If you use Google Classroom or Google Apps in your classroom, then these posters are right for you! Decorate your room with these Google App Posters. They are great for info bulletin boards! What You Get: • Google Apps Banner • 14 Information Posters: logo + main features. • 14 Graphical Posters: logo & title.
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Instagram Template (Editable on Google Slides)

Instagram Template (Editable on Google Slides)

The use of social media is a great way to engage and gain the interest of your students. Best of all, this resource is available in both printable pdf format as well as a Google Slides editable format. This Instagram template allows students to add text and pictures to an “Instagram Template”. The template is locked, so your students can’t mistakenly move or delete the background. Use this to: Have your students discuss a character or setting in a novel Focus on a historical person Focus on a Geographic area Use it in science and have your students record their information
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Digital Notebook For Any Subject (100 Pages - Google Slides)

Digital Notebook For Any Subject (100 Pages - Google Slides)

This digital notebook is made in Google Slides for any subject. Everything is editable. This digital notebook includes a table of contents page. Add ANY topic on the left of the table of contents. The right of the table of contents has page numbers already linked to the corresponding slide. Digital Notebooks For Any Subject This notebook is available in different sizes depending on your needs: • 20 Page Digital Notebook • 40 Page Digital Notebook • 100 Page Digital Notebook This notebook has 40 pages! Use the pages to: • Add topics • Add text • Class notes • Research • Assignments • Labs • Reviews • Add images • Add shapes This package also includes: • A page on how to use • Usage ideas • A page on usage ideas • A page on adding text, images, shapes and lines • Arranging and aligning in Google Sheets With the helpful included pages, students can make their notebooks more interactive and visually appealing: • adding images • adding videos • adding links • designing their own notes to suit their individual learning needs This digital notebook will work for ALL of your subject areas!
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Digital Notebook For Any Subject (40 Pages - Google Slides)

Digital Notebook For Any Subject (40 Pages - Google Slides)

This digital notebook is made in Google Slides for any subject. Everything is editable. This digital notebook includes a table of contents page. Add ANY topic on the left of the table of contents. The right of the table of contents has page numbers already linked to the corresponding slide. Digital Notebooks For Any Subject This notebook is available in different sizes depending on your needs: • 20 Page Digital Notebook • 40 Page Digital Notebook • 100 Page Digital Notebook This notebook has 40 pages! Use the pages to: • Add topics • Add text • Class notes • Research • Assignments • Labs • Reviews • Add images • Add shapes This package also includes: • A page on how to use • Usage ideas • A page on usage ideas • A page on adding text, images, shapes and lines • Arranging and aligning in Google Sheets With the helpful included pages, students can make their notebooks more interactive and visually appealing: • adding images • adding videos • adding links • designing their own notes to suit their individual learning needs This digital notebook will work for ALL of your subject areas!
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Digital Notebook For Any Subject (20 Pages - Google Slides)

Digital Notebook For Any Subject (20 Pages - Google Slides)

This digital notebook is made in Google Slides for any subject. Everything is editable. This digital notebook includes a table of contents page. Add ANY topic on the left of the table of contents. The right of the table of contents has page numbers already linked to the corresponding slide. Digital Notebooks For Any Subject This notebook is available in different sizes depending on your needs: • 20 Page Digital Notebook • 40 Page Digital Notebook • 100 Page Digital Notebook This notebook has 20 pages! Use the pages to: • Add topics • Add text • Class notes • Research • Assignments • Labs • Reviews • Add images • Add shapes This package also includes: • A page on how to use • Usage ideas • A page on usage ideas • A page on adding text, images, shapes and lines • Arranging and aligning in Google Sheets With the helpful included pages, students can make their notebooks more interactive and visually appealing: • adding images • adding videos • adding links • designing their own notes to suit their individual learning needs This digital notebook will work for ALL of your subject areas!
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Google Sheets - Data Log with Automatic Graphs

Google Sheets - Data Log with Automatic Graphs

This Google Sheet is setup to create data logs with automatic graphs. It is very easy to use. Students enter their data in the colored cells and the graph is automatically created. Included: • 5 different graph types. One on each tab. • Each graph has room for 200 entries. Decide how many to use. • Information page on using tabs. • Information page on using the chart. • Information page on using the graphs. Some Usage Ideas: • Surveys • Math Facts • Grades • Science Labs Students will never lose their data graphs again as this uses Google Drive!
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Scratch Bundle: Basics, Intermediate, Advanced (Super Value: 242 pages)

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)
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Scratch Bundle: Basics To Your First 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)).
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Scratch Bundle: Intermediate To Your Second Game (Value Pack)

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)).
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Scratch Bundle: Advanced To Your Third Game (Value Pack)

Scratch Bundle: Advanced To Your Third 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 advanced package that explains various of Scratch concepts. This is a bundled package that include 8 of my Scratch Advanced guides. It also includes one tutorial on creating a Monkey vs Bat game. Buying this bundle saves you $4! **Note:This package is in a ZIP file. What You Get: • 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) 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)).
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Scratch: Things to try (Advanced #8)

Scratch: Things to try (Advanced #8)

Now you’ve learned the basics of Scratch, you can experiment with some of its more advanced features. The more you practice, the better your coding will become. What You Get: • Things to try • Backpack • Help • Similarities to Python • 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)
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Scratch: Monkey vs Bat - Game Programming (Advanced #7)

Scratch: Monkey vs Bat - Game Programming (Advanced #7)

This exciting, fast paced game brings together all of the Scratch skills you’ve learned so far. This includes: Made a sprite throw objects at another sprite. Made a sprite fall off the stage once hit. Added a time limit to your game. Added background music that plays as long as the game continues. Added a game over screen that appears at the end of the game. What You Get: • Getting started • The monkey • Bananas • Bats • Polish • Game tweaks • Achievements • 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)
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Scratch: Creating Blocks (Advanced #6)

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)
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Scratch: Sprite Communication (Advanced #5)

Scratch: Sprite Communication (Advanced #5)

Sometimes it’s useful for sprites to communicate with each other. Sprites can use messages to tell other sprites what to do. Scratch also lets you create conversations between sprites. What You Get: • Broadcasting • Shark Example • Conversations • Monkey 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)
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Scratch: Complex loops (Advanced #4)

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)
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Scratch: Sensing and detecting (Advanced #3)

Scratch: Sensing and detecting (Advanced #3)

The “Sensing” blocks enable a script to see what is happening on your computer. They can detect keyboard controls and let sprites react when they touch each other. Here are various of sensing blocks and their functions. What You Get: • Sensing Blocks • Keyboard Controls • Sprite Collision • Using Sensing Blocks • 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)
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Scratch: Decisions (Advanced #2)

Scratch: Decisions (Advanced #2)

The “if” blocks use Boolean expressions to decide what to do next. To use them, put other blocks inside their “jaws”. The blocks inside the “if” blocks will only run if the answer to the Boolean expression is true. What You Get: • Making Decisions • Decision Blocks • If Then • Branched Instructions • Boolean Shapes • 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)
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Scratch: Binary (Advanced #1)

Scratch: Binary (Advanced #1)

Computers decide what to do by asking questions and determining whether the answers are true or false. Questions that only have two possible answers are called “Boolean expressions”. We will look at the various expressions in the upcoming pages. We will first start off with numbers! What You Get: • Numbers • Variables • Words • Not block • Combining • 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)
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Scratch: Roll the dice - Game Programming (Intermediate #12)

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)
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Scratch: Audio (Intermediate #11)

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)
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Scratch: Coordinates (Intermediate #10)

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 & Y positions • X & 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)
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Scratch: Strings and List (Intermediate #9)

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)
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Scratch: Math (Intermediate #8)

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)
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Scratch: Variables (Intermediate #7)

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)
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Scratch: Pen Tool (Intermediate #6)

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)
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