Scratch 3.0 Tutorials

Hello Birdie

Hello Birdie
Hello Birdie

Hello, Birdie is a simple starting app on Scratch 3.0. This app basically demonstrates the usage of Scratch 3.0 Editor. While there you find a default sprite of a cute cat, you can change it to any other sprite. Therefore, you can select a new sprite from the Scratch library. Moreover, this app also demonstrates how to take input from the user. To run this app, Click Here!

Bouncing Ball

Bouncing Ball
Bouncing Ball

This project basically shows the use of controls and simple motion tasks. It demonstrates how you can create a dot from the Pen tool to make a stripe and use it as a ball. the Forever loop makes the ball bounce always. Also, you can learn how to change direction and choose a random direction. To play the Forever Bouncing Ball Project, Click Here.

Concentric Circles of Random Colors

Concentric Circles of Random Colors
Concentric Circles of Random Colors

This project demonstrates the usage of many types of controls in Scratch 3.0 editor. In fact, you will be using the controls from a number of categories such as Pen, Variables, Operators, Motion, Event, and Control. Basically, this project shows the usage of different variables and operators to draw a circle. The manipulation of these variables makes the concentric circles. Click Here to Play Concentric Circles of Random Colors.