Scratch Day (back in 2011)

This is the Scratch Day animation for Year2 and Year 3 Children on the day. They will have lots of fun making this and chanting the song.

If we have time we'll put their faces into the animation rather than Mr. Squirrel and Mr. Lobster.

Hope you enjoy it too.

Part 1

The complete file is here

Making a voice over in Scratch for Year 2 Children

Part 2

Making a voice over in Scratch for Year 2 Children

Part 3

Making a voice over in Scratch for Year 2 Children

Part 4

Making a voice over in Scratch for Year 2 Children

Part  5

Making a voice over in Scratch for Year 2 Children - Part 5

Part  6

Part 7

Making a voice over in Scratch for Year 2 Children - Part 7

Part 8

Making a voice over in Scratch for Year 2 Children - Part 8

Part 9

Part 10

Making a voice over in Scratch for Year 2 Children

Part 11

Making a voice over in Scratch for Year 2 Children

6 UNITS OF SCRATCH PROGRAMMING FOR THE PRIMARY SCHOOL (YEARS 1-6)

N.B. These lessons and resources are in no way finalised were very much a 'work inprogress for everyone to edit".

Needless to say but you are welcome to download and deconstruct.

This is a series of scratch programming lessons for every year group from Year 1 to 5. Year 6 will be coming shortly but the premise of this is that I work on it to get it a bit tighter in terms of progression and pitching it just right. The thing is, if your school doesn't have a specialist teacher then it might be best to rip them apart and mix and match as you see fit.

The whole school have been working on Scratch for the end of term 2 projects and these are a range of simple turns and effects/ key presses right through to a full scaled game with several levels focusing on paltform type games.

You and anyone are free to download and edit the files, videos, and slide shows as you see fit. I would like though, to have some kind of discourse should there be improvements made to any of the files. Should there be a clearer video or anything like that. 

You can contact me via the form inthe contact link above.

As there is a creative commons license attached to this it would great if, when you use these, you post or tweet where you got them from. Thanks and enjoy the games :)

Year 1