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Scratch Games - Underwater Adventure

Instructions on how to make a Scratch game involving Starfish with splodges and jellyfish.

Russell Bryant

Created by Russell Bryant
last edited Sep 11 2019 by Russell Bryant

This resource has been produced to teach 8 - 13 year olds about programming concepts by creating fun games using the visual programming language Scratch 3.0. The activities and challenges have been designed to provide a stimulating, engaging and effective way of improving students knowledge of the core programming concepts. In this game students create Scratch code where a starfish must splodge a fast moving jellyfish. Students learn about sequences, selection using IF, variables and the use of iteration (Conditional and Count Controlled loops).

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