Magic Dinosaur

Code Playground Live resource

Project overview

Ask the magic dinosaur any question to get an answer. Code along as we start to look at how we use list variables in our projects. Using lists is a great way to help make your coding neater and easier to use. Click here to watch the video, and for this project you will also need to access scratch.mit.edu

More projects

Snowball scramble

Dodge the snowballs and get a chance to throw one back. In this session we explore how using clones in Scratch can make your projects more powerful. Use the starter guide to code along with the video. Or, if you would like more of a challenge, try the full project to create the full game. Click here to watch the video, and for this project you will also need to access scratch.mit.edu

Balloon pop

You can star in your own computer game using video sensing in Scratch. Code along with this project to learn the basics of how to use your webcam to control your sprites and projects. Click here to watch the video, and for this project you will also need to access scratch.mit.edu

Time wizard

Power up your wizard to beat the clock and solve the maze. For this project we learn how to create power ups for our games. A great way to make your games more fun, by adding extra features and an element of chance. Click here to watch the video, and for this project you will also need to access scratch.mit.edu

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