Skill Samurai Scratch 2 Foundation provides a deeper look at game development using MIT’s Scratch 3.0. Covering key computer programming concepts such as event listeners, while loops, If-then statements, variables, and randomization, we build a series of progressively more rigorous projects that build students’ understanding of basic computer science.
Skill Samurai’s research-based, project based learning (PBL) approach to Scratch 2 keeps the learning fun and engaging, while ensuring a solid foundation in CS.
Upon successful completion of Scratch 2 Foundation, students will be ready to graduate to Scratch 3 Foundation.
The Scratch 2 Foundation course normally takes between 2 and 4 months to complete, depending upon course frequency, the student’s prior programming experience, and student’s dedication to our homework assignments. Our student-centered teaching approach allows us to progress at the student’s pace and our homework assignments are designed to promote independent mastery of the concepts covered. The projects in Scratch 2 Foundation are longer and more complex, and will produce interesting games and apps that can be played with friends and family.
Scout S1: Project 1: Basic Loops, Basic Conditionals, Randomization
Scout S2: Project 2: Event Listeners, Intermediate Loops
Scout S3: Project 3: Event Listeners, Loops, Cartesian Coordinates, Conditionals, Variables
Scout S4: Project 4: Loops, Conditionals, Objects, Randomization
Scout S5: Project 5: Scratch 2 Problems and Puzzles
Scout S6: Final Project