Coding for Kids

Teacher: Molly Ritmiller

In Coding for Kids we have learned the basics of code in Scratch. We have coded our own games and animations, building on basic math concepts such as the coordinate system, scientific notation, and logic based instructions. Students began with simple sketches and grew their skills to more complex gameplay with custom made backgrounds and characters. Students have developed their own digital creation skills, and a sensibility for the basics of creative computation, they are creative coders!

  • Click Game: Code

  • Click Game: Welcome

  • Click Game

  • Dodgeball Game: Code

  • Dodgeball Game: Code2

  • Dodgeball Game

  • Flappybird Game Code

  • Flappybird Game

  • Naruto Game scratch animation code

  • Penguin Game Code

  • Penguin Game

  • Ping-Pong Game Code

  • Ping-Pong Game Code 2

  • Ping-Pong Game

  • WWE Game Scratchimation

  • Zeus Click Game: Code

  • Zeus Click Game: Code 2

  • Zeus Click Game

LINKS TO GAMES

Lamir:

Zeus Click Game

https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/374446806/

Dodgeball

https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/347846028/

Ping Pong

https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/345641320/

Naruto scratchimation

https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/335892587/

Alfredo:

Space click game:

https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/360677495/

Penguin click:

https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/337665028/

WWE Scratchimation:

https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/362485938/