|A simple game to move a car around a screen leaving a smoky trail as it goes
|Explore the wonderful world of sound by creating your own music machine
|Gossip, argument, discussion, persuasive pitch. You decide the focus of this simple conversation
|Turning facts learnt in any subject into an interactive display that could be uploaded to your school website
|Dressing Up Game
|Click on the character to see their costume change. Or click on their accessories to see them animate or change colour.
|Year 3 Assessment
|Design a program based on the ideas learnt in previous modules
|Create a scoring quiz
|Music Algorithm to Music Code
|Follow musical notation to program Twinkle Twinkle Little Star before choosing your own musical notation to decipher
|Slug Trail Game
|Can you keep the slug inside the track? There will be consequences if you can’t!
|Discover lots of the features of Scratch as you investigate what happens when your character touches a colour.
|Train your Computer to do Maths
|Train your computer to add, subtract, multiply and divide. Break up a more complex maths problem and solve it with the power of programming.
|Train the computer to count in whole numbers, fractions, backwards etc before creating a countdown timer for your teacher.
|Discover what is important and what is not when you convert a music video into Scratch notes
|Create random words that follow real spelling patterns, program multiple story starts using the same code or just gaze into the future and choose a job for everyone.
|Program a function machine that sorts money totals into all the correct coins and notes.
|Can the crab make it through the maze collecting coins as it goes? Will it make it to the next level or will it hit the maze wall and end the game?
|Design and build a Lego fan model before programming it to turn on when someone approaches the toilet and off when they leave.
|Type in the number of degrees your angle has and the program will tell you what type of angle it is and its properties. It may even draw it.
|Car Park Barrier
|Design and build a Lego car park barrier before programming it to lift when it senses a car approaching.
|Times Table Game
|Can you click on the moving balls which are part of the table in question and earn points or will you click the wrong ball and lose points?
|Design and create a program that calculates perimeters of regular shapes.
|Program a working digital and analogue clock
|Practise plotting Cartesian coordinates before turning them into Scratch code that draws the shapes you planned. Simply the best Cartesian coordinates supporting activity there is!
|Translation, Enlargement & Rotation
|Don’t just stop at plotting coordinates in all four quadrants discover the power of translation, enlargement and rotation.
|Primary Games Maker
|Design and program a complex game based around either a platform game, scrolling background game or snail trail game. Be astounded by the ability of all pupils to adapt, re-purpose and invent with Scratch.
|Here is a tilt switch. This is how it works. What can you do with it? Sit back and watch the fun!
|Compete against your classmates to design a program that interacts with the user like a human