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Contributed by Warren Grieve, August 24, 2017
Stuck for ideas.. a way to get into coding, want flipped learning, need to start somewhere with some help... here we are. A Google slide presentation ready to share with teachers and pupils.
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Contributed by Nilanjan Bhattacharya, March 08, 2017
This is an adaptation of Google CSFirst's project called 'Maze Game'. I have created this with the Scratch scripts in Marathi.
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Contributed by Jac Gubbels, January 25, 2014
Step-by-step instructions for building maze based games. Should keep students occupied for about two hours :)
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Contributed by Ana Gonzalez, June 09, 2013
This maze project was developed as part of my university studies and it challenged me in many areas as I am new to programming. I based it on S.Mann 'Simple maze game with levels'.
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Contributed by Sutinder Mann, April 01, 2013
A simple guide to making a maze game which relies upon several key scratch ideas such as broadcast and sensing of color intercations. The game is incomplete and is ripe for extending.
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Contributed by Meredith Silburn, March 17, 2013
Save your friend from the maze before the monster attacks
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Contributed by amanda wilson, February 14, 2013
Lessons used during my research with children in primary school.
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Contributed by ScratchEd Team, August 14, 2012
Video tutorials and handouts for creating a simple maze project for children ages 8-14.
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Contributed by Dave Miller, January 11, 2012
A series of three challenges that results in a basic maze game.
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Contributed by Ashley Lee, October 24, 2009
Video courses at beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels.
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Contributed by ScratchEd, July 18, 2016
In this first installment of our new story series, Dylan Ryder, an Educational Technologist in New York City, gives us a look inside his classroom.
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Contributed by Rick, June 23, 2011
My grade 6 class enjoyed creating projects using Scratch (as first time users). Their projects are on topics from grade 6 math and science.
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