SCRATCH

 

Student

Lessons

 

 

Plan/Resources

 

 

 

Teacher Learning Resources

 

 

Resources

Skills Cards https://scratch.mit.edu/info/cards/

 

 

Intro to using Scratch <<Scratch Reference Guide v4.pdf>>

 

 

About Me Project https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/475470/

 

Pg 28 of Workbook

 

 

Scratch Integration Resources <<Scratch Cross-Curricular Integration Guide.pdf>>

 

 

Build a Band https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/178582950/

 

Pg 38 of Workbook

Tips and Tricks <<Tips Tricks for ScratchJr.pdf>>

 

Data Challenge Project https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/178584064/

 

 

Student Checklist for Projects  

<<Scratch Project Student Checklist.pdf>>

 

Orange Circle, Purple Square https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/475527/

 

Pg 46 of Workbook

 

Website https://www.scratchjr.org/

 

For Student Accounts: 

Option 1 – students do not create a login and just use the online program.  Work will not be saved.

Option 2 – Scratch Accounts – IF teachers want a teacher account so that the student can save and access work, the teacher will need to create a teacher account (takes 1-2 days for them to verify your account).

Then they can invite their students using a link and bypass the need for student emails.  Students create their own login and password – they might want to create a system or use something familiar. BEFORE they create accounts, they should get permission/notify families because the projects and student username is on a public domain.

Link here  FAQs  Link


Possible wording to go home:

Arrange a time to sit with your parents and introduce them to Scratch

  1. Share the Scratch Overview Video http://vimeo.com/65583694.
  2. Discuss family rules about online sharing and posting within the Scratch interface. http://scratch.mit.edu
  3. Go over Scratch Community Guidelines  http://scratch.mit.edu/community_guidelines
  4. Nicely ask your parent to sign below to show that you have discussed the Scratch Community and your family rules.  Sign the paper yourself.

 

We have agreed to the expectations of being a part of the Scratch Community and agree to have an online account.

 


Parent Signature                  date                  Student Signature                        date