THIS WORKSHOP, OFFERED VIRTUALLY, WILL INTRODUCE STUDENTS TO THE BASICS OF SCRATCH AS THEY WORK TO CREATE AN INTERACTIVE GREETING CARD.
In this workshop we will start with a discussion around what coding is and why it’s an important skill to learn. We will then do a brief introduction to the Scratch website and review all of the features before we begin coding. Following an I do – We do – You do model, we will work towards building an interactive greeting card that will use motion, looks, sound, backgrounds, and events. Students will leave the workshop with a solid foundation of Scratch coding skills so that they can continue to experiment with their own ideas!
Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7
English Language Arts 4
English Language Arts 5
English Language Arts 6
- Monday - Friday, 9:30am, 11:00am or 1:30pm
- October 1, 2020 - March 31, 2021
10-30 students; 30 students maximum.
- Per student: computer or tablet with internet connection (Scratch accounts for each required for students to share their projects. Files can be saved on computer with no account, however this does not work on tablets)
- District- or school-approved platform for facilitator to talk with class required (e.g. Teams, Google Classroom, Zoom)