Resources for Scratch
Getting Started Guide (PDF)
- What is the purpose of your program/game?
- Describe the target user for your game.
- How will users play your game? (Keys? Mouse? Buttons? Typing?)
- How will users win your game?
- Will the game keep score?
- How will you use music and/or sound effects to enhance your game?
- Layout your game sequence.
- Evaluation of Program
- Is your game original or a remake of another game?
- Is your game creative, different and unique?
- Do your background/stage enhance the game?
- Do your sprites/costumes enhance the game?
- Have you thoroughly tested your game? Are there any known issues/bugs?
- Is the purpose of your game understood by your users?
- Is your game user-friendly? Is it easy to learn, yet challenging enough to engage your users?
- Learnscratch.org (Goes with LP-Scratch2 doc below)
- An Educator's Guide to Scratch Programming
- AN INTRODUCTORY COMPUTING CURRICULUM USING SCRATCH
- Scratch and RaspberryPi Curriculum by Leigh Murrell and Scott Moss
- Scratch resources from Dr. Wesley Fryer
- Videochat: Getting started with computational literacy in the classroom.
- COMPUTATIONAL THINKING WITH SCRATCH
- Hour of Code with Scratch Resources
- Scratch Jr
- Getting Started Guide (PDF)
- Scratch Help Page
- Computer Science Concepts in Scratch (Free book!)
- Scratch Curriculum Guide
- ScratchED Team's YouTube Channel
- Scratch Cards
- Main Scratch Site
- Learn Scratch
- Scratch for Budding Computer Scientists -- from Harvard
- ScratchED YouTube Channel
- Scratch Programming Concepts
- Scratch for AP Computer Science Courses
- Stu Wooward's Scratch Resources from previous CUE conferences
- Free book and sample files: Computer Science Concepts in Scratch
- Creative Computing Curriculum Guide (PDF)