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Category Archives: Scratch
This image will help you learn about the location of the important aspects of the Scratch window. Advertisements
Check out the video to learn one way to Save your Scratch Project
This is an example of a water cycle. You need to go to the Scratch website to view it.
Check out the video to learn one way to Move a Sprite.
Check out the video to learn how to Move a Sprite Back to Start When Touching a Color.
The default sprite, Scratch, has a default of 2 costumes. This is the scripting to make the specific sprite, Scratch, look like he is moving his legs and walking when the arrow keys are pressed. Some sprites have been drawn … Continue reading
Check out the video to learn how to Jump and Use Gravity