Scratch – Tutorial 01 – Painting a Sprite

In this first Tutorial we look at how to create our very own sprite.

Our first sprite is created from scratch and has 4 costumes (different looks)

Scratch is a free educational programming language that was developed by the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

Scratch is designed to be fun, educational, and easy to learn. It has the tools for creating interactive stories, games, art, simulations, and more. Scratch even has its own paint editor and sound editor built-in.

You can find more information and the online editor at: http://scratch.mit.edu/

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If you are a teacher looking to use ScratchJr. with the Youngest learners, a great place to start is The Official ScratchJr Book which you can find here: http://amzn.to/2p95uu7 (Affiliate)

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Comments

lucia carisimo says:

Your sprite look not like a happy like a angry

Morton Koopa_awsomeparodys says:

Your sprite look like kirby

Cat Clan says:

Thank you! This helped me a lot!

Kaptain Uke says:

Thank you very much. This sorted out a problem I had before I finished watching the video. I shall make sure to watch all your videos.

AG Milan says:

guys im not hater, but when you want teach someone something you need teach them every button, Like What sprite doing what is stage and what every script doing, this isnt way how someon need teach people

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