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Contributed by Yu-Hsien Fang, January 15, 2017
他是「熊熊遇見你」卡通裡面的大大。大大最喜歡的食物是Taco捲餅! 現在,運用Scratch,移動大大來吃從天而降的捲餅吧! 這個一小時程式設計(Hour of Code™)活動將一步步引導你使用Scratch製作一個接住物品的遊戲。 物品會從天而降,你可以控制角色,來捕捉掉下來的物品。你最喜歡的東西是什麼呢? 你可以讓它從天而降哦! 你還可以將這個作品分享給朋友與家人噢!
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Elementary School
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Contributed by Nilanjan Bhattacharya, January 07, 2017
I modified the images of the Animate your Name cards with the script in Marathi.
Handout
Elementary School
Visual Arts
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Contributed by Yu-Hsien Fang, January 06, 2017
每個人都有一首主題曲。現在,運用Scratch,透過音階、節拍與各種聲音,發揮創意成為小小音樂家! 這個一小時程式設計(Hour of Code™)活動將一步步引導你使用Scratch製作一個音樂作品。 音樂可以表達各種情緒、心情。一起來創作互動式音樂作品,你的主題曲是什麼呢? 你還可以將這個作品分享給朋友與家人噢!
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Elementary School
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Contributed by Yu-Hsien Fang, January 06, 2017
飛起來是很多人小時候的夢想。現在,透過Scratch,讓你的夢想成真! 這個一小時程式設計(Hour of Code™)活動將一步步引導你使用Scratch製作一個飛行遊戲 趕快選擇一個你喜歡的人物,一起飛行,維護世界和平。 你還可以將這個遊戲分享給朋友與家人噢!
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Elementary School
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Contributed by Yu-Hsien Fang, January 06, 2017
寵物是許多大朋友、小朋友的好夥伴。現在,透過Scratch,你也可以創作屬於你的虛擬寵物! 這個一小時程式設計(Hour of Code™)活動將一步步引導你使用Scratch製作一個寵物養成遊戲 趕快一起來創作你專屬的寵物角色吧,它的名字叫什麼呢? 再加入聲音、動畫與更多效果! 你還可以將這個遊戲分享給朋友與家人噢!
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Elementary School
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Contributed by Natalie Rusk, January 04, 2017
What computational concepts can young people learn in Scratch?
Advocacy Material, Assessment, Curriculum, Handout, Reference Guide
Elementary School, Middle School, High School, College and University, Professional Development
Computer Science, Mathematics, Technology
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Contributed by Yu-Hsien Fang, December 21, 2016
今年的耶誕節 This Christmas 一起親子共學 Learning together 使用Scratch製作問候卡片 Make an interactive holiday Card using Scratch
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Visual Arts
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Contributed by Bora Karakuş, December 17, 2016
Free E-Book
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Middle School
Computer Science
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Contributed by ScratchEd Team, December 15, 2016
Scratch isn’t just for STEM! Here are some ideas for using Scratch in your social studies classroom.
Reference Guide, Sample Scratch Project, Tool
Elementary School, Middle School, High School
Social Studies
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Contributed by Leanna Prater, December 09, 2016
Hyperdoc created for a 4th grade lesson on Alice in Wonderland and Scratch, making connections between images and text.
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Elementary School
Language Arts
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Contributed by scott turner, November 30, 2016
Using Scratch to produce a single neurone of a neural network
Sample Scratch Project
High School, College and University
Computer Science
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Contributed by David Watson, November 29, 2016
Engineer a better building envelope
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Contributed by David Watson, November 29, 2016
Computational thinking solidifies the thread to the outside world: Mathematics IN Science IN Technology.
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Contributed by Samantha Bissonnette, November 06, 2016
Check out the ScratchEd Team YouTube Channel to learn more about creative computing!
Reference Guide
Professional Development
Computer Science
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Contributed by Samantha Bissonnette, November 06, 2016
Share your Creative Computing Guide remix!
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Contributed by ScratchEd Team, November 01, 2016
This collection of Math+Scratch resources highlights many ways that students build mathematical understanding by building their own projects in Scratch.
Activity, Curriculum, Lesson Plan, Sample Scratch Project, Tool, Tutorial
Elementary School, Middle School, High School
Mathematics
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Contributed by ScratchEd Team, October 25, 2016
Check out this BOOtiful collection of Halloween-inspired Scratch projects.
Sample Scratch Project
Elementary School, Middle School, High School
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Contributed by Samantha Bissonnette, October 25, 2016
Need a little inspiration on how to make Scratch a little more spooky?
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Contributed by Abhay Joshi, October 24, 2016
This article suggests answers to two questions that many people face: 1. What is the right age to introduce programming? 2. What is the best first language to learn programming?
Advocacy Material
Middle School
Computer Science
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Contributed by ScratchEd Team, October 20, 2016
This short video shows the process of sharing Scratch projects via Google Classroom.
Tool, Tutorial
Preschool and Kindergarten, Elementary School, Middle School, High School, College and University, Professional Development
Computer Science, Engineering, Language Arts, Mathematics, Music, Science, Social Studies, Teacher Education, Technology, Visual Arts
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Contributed by Ha Bui Viet, October 18, 2016
This is my short book for student from 10 to 18 ages to self learning Scratch
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Middle School
Computer Science
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Contributed by Margarida Romero, September 20, 2016
ViBot the robot is a book meant for children from 7 to 77 years old that introduces programming and robotics.
Textbook
Preschool and Kindergarten, Elementary School, Middle School
Computer Science, Engineering, Language Arts, Mathematics, Music, Science, Social Studies, Teacher Education, Technology, Visual Arts, Other
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Contributed by Margarida Romero, September 20, 2016
​This guide aims to promote co-creative uses of technologies and contribute to #5c21 development: critical thinking, collaboration, creativity, problem solving and computational thinking.
Lesson Plan, Reference Guide, Textbook
Elementary School, Middle School, Professional Development
Computer Science, Engineering, Language Arts, Mathematics, Music, Science, Social Studies, Teacher Education, Technology, Visual Arts, Other
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Contributed by Leanna Prater, September 14, 2016
Print and make these Scratch Jr. story cubes for story or game starters in the classroom.
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Preschool and Kindergarten, Elementary School
Language Arts
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Contributed by Games for Change, August 30, 2016
The deadline for NYC public and middle school teachers to apply for free training to teach game design in their classrooms is this Friday, Sept. 2!
Other
Middle School, High School
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