The Scratch programming software is developed by MIT and it is free to use. This course is suitable for kids, teens, and adults who want to start programming but have no prior experience or knowledge. It is also suitable for teachers who want to teach programming to others. Programming skills are becoming of great value in today’s world, where technology and automation is taking over. People who learn to program will have far better chances at landing a well-paid job than others.
In the Udemy course “Scratch Programming” you’ll learn to program Pokemon, Flappy Bird, Cookie clicker and many other games! You’ll learn the basic concepts of programming with a practical learning approach.
Scratch Programming Course Content
This course demonstrates and explains how to write a great variety of programs in the Scratch programming language. You’ll learn to program 13 different video games, animations, and art projects. You will understand the basic programming concepts and confidently use the Scratch 2.0 editor. You will improve your problem-solving skills, increase your creativity, become better at communicating ideas and most importantly, you will learn to program.
The course comprises 37 lectures organized into the following sections:
- 1. The Hungry Shark, Escape The Maze (game projects).
- Basic blocks
- 2. Zig Zag Coloring, Ice vs Fire (art, game projects).
- Intermediate blocks
- 3. Dice Roll, Cookie Clicker. (animation, game projects).
- Advanced blocks
- 4. Angry Bat, Ping Pong. (game projects)
- More games! (Pokemon Duel, Flappy Bird, Ninja Attack, Shooting Cats, Fractals).
- What to do next?
- Mouse (left-click, dragging)
- Keyboard (writing)
- No previous programming experience is needed.
Summary of Course Main Features
- Instructor: Programming Max – Teaching programming for beginners.
- Lectures: 37
- On-demand video: 3 hours
- Downloadable resources: 14
- 30-Day Money-Back Guarantee
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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