Scratch is a block-based visual programming language and website l tool for coding. Users of the site can create projects on the web using a block-like interface. The service is developed by the MIT Media Lab, has been translated into 70+ languages, and is used in most parts of the world. Scratch is taught and used in after-school centers, schools, and colleges, as well as other public knowledge institutions. As of March 2021, community statistics on the language’s official website show more than 73 million projects shared by over 68 million users, and almost 38 million monthly website visits.
This course is aimed to teach Scratch programming to students through practical work. During this course you will be build 10+ sample projects(maze games, clicker game, runner game, chase game and many more) in Scratch, learn basic principles of game development in Scratch, do creative level design, study all block categories and use all the available tools of Scratch 3. You are strongly recommended to practice as much as possible, to do self research, and try to modify all the sample projects we build throughout the course. Alongside with 30 lectures, you will have practice assignments for every project, and 2 major tests, which will contain a lot of interesting and tricky questions, which are not as easy as the seem to be. After you complete the course, you will be given a special link where you will be able to download our course projects and a couple of cool extra projects.