Scratch is a simple, open-source software development platform by MIT that allows anyone to make games, apps, and animations. It’s a professional gaming engine with an easy-to-use visual interface that teaches you how to “think in code.”
The concept of game building using drag and drop programming will be taught to children in this course. Kids will be able to snap drag-and-drop blocks of code together to construct their own version of animated games, from generating variables to designing functions.
10 – 16 years
- Introduction to MIT Scratch
- Concepts of loops, variables and conditional statements.
- Navigating sprites using the keyboard.
- Games composing of multiple frames
- Using Camera Motion