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So glad you are here! We've got a fun packed week of learning about computer science and how to make a game using Scratch.
Check out the course notes and other great resources!
Today we will finish our games and have a pizza party!
We will attempt to have everyone upload their games to the Scratch website gallery so I can link to them from this page.
We're using a free piece of software called Scratch to make games.
There's a big community of other people your age using it to make games and other fun stuff - check out their featured projects.
You can safely download Scratch and use it at home.
By the time you read this, we'll have completed the CS Unplugged activity about programming languages. You can click here to see the whole activity if you want to. When we make our games in Scratch, we have to be careful to use the right instructions in the right order so the game we make works the way we want it to. But don't worry, it's not as hard as it sounds!
There are plenty of other resources available online. If you feel stuck or need inspiration, look through a few of these: