Join us for the next installment of our Fractured Fairy Tales Scratch series!
Time for lesson two on how to make a fairy tale in Scratch!
Explore the solar system and test your knowledge of space through this fun coding activity.
Make your sprite’s motion more realistic by adding acceleration and gravity to your code!
Mix some math and some code to create dynamic games with realistic physics.
Use your favourite block language to animate this fascinatingly odd game.
A better, smoother way to direct your theatrical masterpiece.
Learn how to use animated GIFs to create proper animation loops in Scratch.
New, improved, faster, and sleeker - it’s Scratch 3, your new favourite block language!
Learn what makes a good rogue-like game and how to make one yourself.
Use Scratch to become the architect of your very own digital metropolis.
Using Scratch and some simple vector math, create your own Boids algorithm to simulate the flight of birds.
The perfect language to help you transition into a new way of coding.
Take your Scratch games to the next level by adding multiple modes with multiple sprites.
This Scratch game has lots of ways you can customize the game play. No cats were harmed in the making of this article either.
Here's a fun game you can create with Scratch2 that draws geometric shapes!
This project creates a math quiz to test your multiplication and division skills.
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