Introduction to Scratch Badge - CoderDojo RTP
Complete these five challenges to earn your Introduction to Scratch Badge. Be creative. Or, in place of #1-4, you can complete the CoderDojo Beginner Scratch Sushi cards along with #5.
1. Animation – Create an animated sprite using five different costumes.You can select costumes from the library or make your own – but don’t use the “next costume” block! Tip: Use the “(costume #)” block. See:
2. Motion – Make a project where the main sprite follows the mouse pointer. Then add a sprite to chase the first sprite. Tip: Use the “point towards [mouse pointer v]” and “move (value) steps” blocks to complete this puzzle. See:
3. Looks and Sound – Create a sprite that uses two different effects. Then add a sound. Tip: Use the “Set [select effect here v]effect to (value)”block and the “play sound [ v]”block. Get the sound from the sound library. See:
4. Variables – Create a project that changes a variable at least 3 times. Tip : Use the “Change variable[ v] to (value)” block. See
5. Complete the 10 Block Challenge, the Tucker coin-toss challenge, or a similarly complex independent project. See:
for the 10 block challenge..
Please use the form below to send us the links to your Scratch projects, or grab a mentor and show them.
**thanks to CoderDojo Porirua for the criteria
1. Scratch Animation
2. Scratch motion
3. Scratch Look and Sound
4. Scratch Variables
5. Scratch 10 Block Challenge, Tucker Challenge, or other project
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