This week the scratch club will be participating in the "Why Do I Scratch?" creation assignment on the Scratch website.
This week the Scratch club will be making a "Mad Libs" game. Scratch calls their version "Cat Libs" but I want us to create our own versions. Visit our scratchers page and click on the kids links to try their games.
This week we will be making a guessing game. The kids will be endeavored to create a guessing game for their favorite school subject.
This week the kids will construct a collide game.
This Tuesday, both groups will meet to finalize their projects for our Scratch Club Showcase which will be this Thursday, March 28th at 3:30.
This week the scratch club will fine tune their projects for their showcase on March 28th. Please make plans to visit and see what your kids have been creating!
This week the Scratchers will be making a simple maze game. Be sure to look in the Scratch File Cabinet for the PDF on how to program for the game.
This week the Scratchers are going to do a remix of another club members project.
This week the Scratchers are going to animate a timed dance sequence. The name of the project is "Dancin' Fool". They can access the template by click on this link to my Scratch channel. The will attempt to make the Fool dance to the rhythm of the music. There is no truth to the rumor that the "Dancin' Fool" is me in disguise... (ahem, fingers crossed behind my back).
This week the scratch club will work on an "All About Me" project. The fifth grade worked on this project in STEM and did a fantastic job (Please look at Mason's "All About Me" on our "showcase" page for an outstanding example of what you can do). The fifth grade will have the option of doing an "All About... (fill in the blank)" They can tell me all about a family member, a pet, their favorite sport, their favorite school subject (okay, maybe that was being optimistic), etc. Whatever they want, any topic will be acceptable. They will have to tell me two to three different things about themselves. I would like to see scene changes and movement of "sprites" (characters). We will showcase to each other the following week. Parents I encourage you to attend!
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