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The 4 th grade Nutley TALENT cohort shares:. SCRATCH. M.I.T & Scratch What is it?. Scratch by M.I.T. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) is a computer program for kids to use their imaginations to make fiction or non-fiction projects . (Lucas). What we’ve learned! (Joe).

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m i t scratch what is it
M.I.T & ScratchWhat is it?

Scratch by M.I.T. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) is a computer program for kids to use their imaginations to make fiction or non-fiction projects. (Lucas)

what we ve learned joe
What we’ve learned!(Joe)
  • Our class has been really excited about learning Scratch.
  • The following slide show will help you understand a few skills that you will need when learning Scratch.
  • Each one of us has specialized in a particular skill.
  • The best way to learn Scratch is to do it yourself, but first, we wanted to share a little bit of information with you.
what is scratch jess ela
What is scratch?Jess & Ela
  • A creative website to show your inner self.
  • An app that brings your cartoon to life
  • It just starts with a cat
  • Then with a little creativity a little magic happens
adding background
Adding background
  • Adding background is an important part of Scratch. Scratch is a animating program made by M.I.T. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology).
  • ~First go to Scratch and click the “Stage” button
  • ~Then select a background for your animation
scratch more information on creating a background
SCRATCH: More information on creating a background
  • *To add a background on Scratch, click the sprite folder and then click the bar that says “Costumes.”
  • *Then select the background collection and then choose the background that fits your presentation.
  • POOF YOU HAVE A BACKGROUND!
o k let s learn to stop
O.K, Let’s learn to stop!

If you pressed the green flag (which makes the animation move and start) , you want a way to stop it.

Press the red octagon to stop your picture and it will play and reset.

how do i do an animation
How do I do an animation?
  • To animate in scratch, there are different color ovals in the top left corner of the screen.
  • If you want to make it move, press the oval that says motion. But, to put it in motion, you need to grab the flag button from the oval that says controls.
hard work but it pays off
Hard work, but it pays off!
  • Sometimes, just making things move is boring if they look like they are just floating.
  • So, if your character has another costume, go to looks oval and choose the next costume.
  • Then connect it to the green flag.
  • Then press events
  • grab repeat
  • put it in the green flag.
here are some examples of what we have created
Here are some examples of what we have created!
  • We hope you enjoy them!
  • The best thing is experimenting and playing on your own.
if you want to be a scratcher
If you want to be a Scratcher!
  • Scratch is free. To sign up, go to:
  • http://scratch.mit.edu/
  • http://wiki.scratch.mit.edu/wiki/Scratch_Community
  • Teachers can learn too at Scratch Ed

http://scratch.mit.edu/educators/

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