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  • Mrs. Pratt's avatar
    Hi all,

    I'm not sure if this is the best place for this post; my 4/5 class have recently participated in The Travelling Rhinos global project and have created some Scratch games to help promote awareness about the plight of rhinos. I attach the studio link in case other students/classes would like to check this out.
    Thank you!
  • Derek Breen's avatar
    I've created a new 15-minute introduction to Scratch game development freely available via Vimeo and YouTube. Please note it has been released under a Creative Commons license which allows unrestricted use. For more in-depth Scratch game design projects please check out my book Scratch For Kids For Dummies.
  • Mr. Callan's avatar
    A project to introduce the basics of Scratch and basic programming skills to students through the creation of a Flappy Bird style game.
  • Mr. Sexton's avatar
    Hello,
    I am running a two-week scratch coding class for a class of 3-5th graders and a 6th-8th grade. Do the students need sign up for thier own account? Parents have issues letting thier child sign up for things. Also, should i go with the download and work offline version, which is more reliable?
    • Mr. Lewis - I would download the Scratch. Students will figure out they can play games on line with scratch.

      • Jun 14, 2015
    • Mrs. Daniels - We download and use version 1.4. That way we don't have to worry about network issues either!

      • Jun 14, 2015
  • Mr. Bruder's avatar
    Hello All,

    I hope you are having a wonderful weekend! As our school year is coming to an end I wanted to share my DonorsChoose project with you once again. My hope is that with one final push this week, we can raise the $365 that are left (It started as a nearly $2,700 project) to fulfill our goal of bringing programming robots to our school, Hilltop Drive Elementary. It would be a great way to end the school year and to get the students excited about coming back next year. So please read more about it below, share it on social media, and donate if you are able to! Thank you!
    Hello All,

    I hope you are having a wonderful weekend! As our school year is coming to an end I wanted to share my DonorsChoose project with you once again. My hope is that with one final push this week, we can raise the $365 that are left (It started as a nearly $2,700 project) to fulfill our goal of bringing programming robots to our school, Hilltop Drive Elementary. It would be a great way to end the school year and to get the students excited about coming back next year. So please read more about it below, share it on social media, and donate if you are able to!...
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  • John Escaleira's avatar
    Please visit the Teacher Created Edmodo Groups Spreadsheet with over 300+ globally-connected Edmodo groups. I just added my friends' Maker Movement Group join link. Let's get connected!
  • Mr. Kutkey's avatar
    I want to provide links to YouTube Scratch Tutorials via Edmodo. Is there a way to prevent the videos from embedding? I want the full screen.
  • Mr. Bruder's avatar
    Fellow Educators,

    I was hoping that you could help me with something. For the past six months or so, I have been working with an amazing group of 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students after school to teach them the basics of computer science (coding). While this was originally planned to be a six week long course, their excitement and enthusiasm has carried it on throughout multiple quarters of our school year (these students even want to help teach other students next school year). They have completed two courses via code.org and are nearly ready to start a third one! They love sharing some of the things they create within these courses on Edmodo! However, they are also ready to take their learning to the next level, which is using what they know to program robots!

    Below you will find a link to a DonorsChoose fundraising project. Please take the time to read more about this amazing group and help us reach our goal, whether it is through a donation or by helping spread the word about our project. Donations are tax-deductible, and if you donate within the next 5 days and use the promo code SPARK, your donation will be matched up to $100! Donations are also automatically set to donate 15% to DonorsChoose. If you would like the full donation to go to our project, there is an option to change it! Thank you in advance for your support!
    Fellow Educators,

    I was hoping that you could help me with something. For the past six months or so, I have been working with an amazing group of 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students after school to teach them the basics of computer science (coding). While this was originally planned to be a six week long course, their excitement and enthusiasm has carried it on throughout multiple quarters of our school year (these students even want to help teach other students next school year). They have completed two courses via code.org and are nearly ready to start a third one!...
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  • Ms. Stoessel's avatar
    I will begin using Scratch in my middle school computer lab this week. Are there any videos to introduce Scratch that are not on YouTube (it's blocked on my school network).
  • ELISÂNGELA  CRUZ DE CARVALHO's avatar
    I would like to share the projects I'm developing in computer classes in a public school of the city of SP Brazil
    I am work with Scratch - Pixton- Goanimate

    http://projetoseducacionais.educapx.com/scrat...
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Scratch is a programming language for young people to create diverse computational media such as video games, animated stories, or interactive art.

http://scratch.mit.edu

Prekindergarten - Higher Education