Games and Animations using Scratch from MIT

This is Scratch sushi from beginner level to something that takes a bit of effort, suitable from 7 years upwards and for a six-week program with 2 hours per week.

To mentors: Print and laminate the cards for the kids to share. They can use the Scratch offline editor (no wifi/internet needed). Lay the cards out at the front of the room and ask the kids to come up and grab one. Put the easy ones on the left and the hard ones on the right so they can progress through them and move at their own pace. Print fewer handouts than you have kids – that encourages them to share and to talk to each other. During the first few weeks, check that they’ve got the idea.

Inspired by Clyde Hatter’s work on HTML sushi and developed by CoderDojo Bray.