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Contributed by Denis Golikov, November 04, 2013
Книга написана на основе опыта обучения программированию на Scratch в кружке юных программистов. Книга бесплатная.
Tutorial
Elementary School
Computer Science
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Contributed by Ann Moyle, November 03, 2013
Some graphic organizers for the excellent Avatar Project shared by Kelly Vaughan. 3 pages summarize the tasks and provide workspace for the project.
Handout
Middle School
Technology
1 Comment
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Contributed by Ai Boon Tan, November 01, 2013
Encourage your students to create a tall telephone tale. View the project - Big Story Challenge 10 - Telephone tales and get them scratching. Enjoy!
Lesson Plan
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Language Arts
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Contributed by Kelly Vaughan, October 30, 2013
Students learn basic Scratch programming by designing an avatar that represents them in 3 positive ways & completes a simple action. Taps into students' creativity while introducing programming!
Activity, Curriculum, Handout, Presentation, Sample Scratch Project
Middle School, High School
Technology, Visual Arts, Other
1 Comment
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Contributed by Ai Boon Tan, October 29, 2013
Encourage your students to continue a story by first viewing the project - Big Story Challenge 8 - Nano's mad day, and then Scratching a project to share how Nano's mad day turned out. Enjoy!
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Language Arts
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Contributed by Greg Reid, October 29, 2013
Two homework tasks based in Scratch that explore the area of Computational Thinking.
Other
Middle School
Computer Science
4 Comments
5 Bookmarks
Contributed by Ai Boon Tan, October 28, 2013
Encourage your students to scratch a story about teaching someone how to spell. They learn three new words at the same time - scintillate, excellent and collaborate.
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Language Arts
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Contributed by Denis Golikov, October 26, 2013
The goal of the book is introduction into programming, mathematics, sciences for elementary school students. for student self-study for Grade 3-5 very step-by-step explanation
Tutorial
Preschool and Kindergarten, Elementary School, Middle School
Computer Science
4 Comments
2 Bookmarks
Contributed by Andreas Farmakoris, October 25, 2013
Small games for kinds of any age. Educational, Memory and Action games. I try to create at least one per week. Enjoy them and see the code inside.
Website
Preschool and Kindergarten, Elementary School, Middle School, High School, College and University
Computer Science, Teacher Education
1 Comment
4 Bookmarks
Contributed by Rubén Vieytes, October 23, 2013
En ScratchLab nos abocamos al análisis de proyectos Scratch. El proyecto elegido en este caso es 1 Robot Dance (autor: evhan55)
Tutorial, Website
Elementary School, Middle School
Teacher Education
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Contributed by Ai Boon Tan, October 17, 2013
Encourage your students to reflect upon the importance of names. Challenge them to help Chupa-cheep the sheep in his quest for fame. Enjoy!
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N/A
Language Arts
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Contributed by Adrian Melia, October 17, 2013
Key aspects of teaching and learning Scratch in informal educational settings
Research
Preschool and Kindergarten, Elementary School, Middle School, High School, College and University, Professional Development
Other
1 Comment
3 Bookmarks
Contributed by Jean-Jacques Valliet, October 16, 2013
Scratch related documents : french translation ( drafts )
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Contributed by Ai Boon Tan, October 15, 2013
Encourage your students to write a continuation of a story after viewing the project "The Adventures of Chilli Bee". Students can explore the world of bees as they weave a tale of imagination. Enjoy!
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Language Arts
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Contributed by Ai Boon Tan, October 14, 2013
Encourage your students to take photographs for Scratch projects with their mobile phones. To see the world through the lens of a camera and discover the world around them.
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Language Arts
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Contributed by Ai Boon Tan, October 13, 2013
Encourage your students to design a travelling machine with only three shapes and weave a story into it at the same time. View the project below and let their imaginations fly. Enjoy! :)
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Language Arts
0 Comments
2 Bookmarks
Contributed by Chris Gresse von Wangenheim, October 12, 2013
An adapted and into Brazilian Portuguese translated version of the SCRATCH cards.
Handout
Elementary School
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Contributed by Ai Boon Tan, October 10, 2013
Encourage your students to write a story in rhyme form. The first sentence of the story is provided. View the project Big Story Challenge 4 - Dragon Rhyming Tales. Brainstorm and start rhyming! Enjoy!
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N/A
Language Arts
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Contributed by Ai Boon Tan, October 09, 2013
Frederico (ffred) has stretched his imagination to create such a magnificent story on Scratch - PinGinaHurry. Inspire your students. : ) Enjoy!
Sample Scratch Project
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Language Arts
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Contributed by Ai Boon Tan, October 08, 2013
Encourage your students to create a story with a happy ending. View the project and let them enjoy writing a story as group work or individually. Have fun!
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N/A
Language Arts
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Contributed by Ai Boon Tan, October 06, 2013
The Big Story Challenge - Encourage your students to Scratch stories.
Lesson Plan
Elementary School
Language Arts
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3 Bookmarks
Contributed by Liz Huyck, September 30, 2013
A cartoon introduction to Scratch for younger kids.
Handout
Elementary School
Computer Science
1 Comment
6 Bookmarks
Contributed by Phil Curnow, September 22, 2013
A set of useful custom blocks to manipulate strings in Scratch.
Sample Scratch Project, Tutorial
Middle School
Computer Science
2 Comments
2 Bookmarks
Contributed by Al Sweigart, September 19, 2013
InventWithScratch.com is a free series of video screencasts, each going through step by step on how to put together a small game.
Activity, Audio and Video, Tutorial, Website
Middle School, High School
Computer Science
0 Comments
3 Bookmarks
Contributed by Stefano Federici, September 19, 2013
Ever desidered to build your own educational Scratch-like programming language? Now you can in a user-safe development environment: bloP. <a href="http://goo.gl/4HwNVy">Try it online!</a>
Tool
Middle School, High School, College and University
Computer Science
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