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Creating Scratch Worlds that are examples of STEM learning.

Sample worlds that I have created for use in middle school Science classrooms to get kids coding to complement curriculum.
Sample worlds that I have posted here show different aspects that can be used to create games and simulations that complement the learning in middle and upper school school science courses.  The geology game requires players to place the labels in the eras correctly. Only the correct labels will stay in the boxes.  Another world shows what happens to atoms as thermal energy is applied. The third world shows the creation of a salt molecule.  This week, students will be creating plant cells. They will draw the pieces and animate the cell functions. Finally, they will create a review game to test a player's knowledge of the parts. I'll post one when the students have completed it.