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Programming in Scratch What is Scratch? Scratch is a programming language created by MIT to teach children (and even adults) the most fundamental concepts of programming. All the tools for developing Scratch are free. What makes Scratch Unique? In Scratch you will actually be able to create a real program that you could embed (share) on your own website. Scratch is graphical and uses something called click/block programming. The foundational knowledge learned from Scratch about computer science concepts is tranferable to other computer languages. You could build on other people’s projects (called a remix in Scratch) Scratch has a community of users that will look at your projects and help you as needed This tutorial will guide you through many aspects of programming through Scratch and we hope you will enjoy and share these pages. Scratch is primarily web-based programming environment available at scratch.mit.edu. To being simply go to the Scratch homepage and click on the tab named CREATE. Here is a page where you could download versions of Scratch. The tradition of learning how to program in any language is to write a program that when executed (That means you are telling it to “go”) says the statement “Hello World”. Here is a brief TeachtopiaTV video tutorial on to make an Hello World Program with Scratch. Here is another TeachtopiaTV Scratch tutorial where we show you how to create a sprite, create and background for the sprite, and make a character that could move around. One important thing is to able to animate your character. In Scratch this is done with costumes. We will soon have a TeachtopiaTV Scratch tutorial on how to use costumes.
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Programming in Scratch What is Scratch? Scratch is a programming language created by MIT to teach children (and even adults) the most fundamental concepts of programming. All the tools for developing Scratch are free. What makes Scratch Unique? In Scratch you will actually be able to create a real program that you could embed (share) on your own website. Scratch is graphical and uses something called click/block programming. The foundational knowledge learned from Scratch about computer science concepts is tranferable to other computer languages. You could build on other people’s projects (called a remix in Scratch) Scratch has a community of users that will look at your projects and help you as needed This tutorial will guide you through many aspects of programming through Scratch and we hope you will enjoy and share these pages. Scratch is primarily web-based programming environment available at scratch.mit.edu. To being simply go to the Scratch homepage and click on the tab named CREATE. Here is a page where you could download versions of Scratch. The tradition of learning how to program in any language is to write a program that when executed (That means you are telling it to “go”) says the statement “Hello World”. Here is a brief TeachtopiaTV video tutorial on to make an Hello World Program with Scratch. Here is another TeachtopiaTV Scratch tutorial where we show you how to create a sprite, create and background for the sprite, and make a character that could move around. One important thing is to able to animate your character. In Scratch this is done with costumes. We will soon have a TeachtopiaTV Scratch tutorial on how to use costumes.
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