Fun Games with Scratch 3.0
Arijit Mallick, Abhay B. Joshi
Authors: Arijit Mallick, Abhay B. Joshi
Publishing Date: 16th Jan 2023
Dimension: 6*9 Inches
Book Type: Paperback
Kickstart your child's coding journey with Scratch
- Get familiar with the fundamentals of Scratch programming.
- Understand and work with the design principles in Scratch.
- Learn how to create fun games in Scratch.
Scratch is a free, visually engaging programming tool for teaching simple programming concepts to the kids. This programming language helps the kids to create simple programs and games in a fun and playful way.
“Fun Games with Scratch 3.0” is carefully crafted to help budding learners and coding enthusiasts get started with programming. The book starts with the basics of Scratch programming and its principles. The initial animation projects set the much-needed foundations in storytelling and feature design. You will also learn how to use advanced Scratch programming to make high-quality games. Throughout the book, you will build interesting games like Maze Runner, Apple Dash & Hungry Worm.
By the end of the book, you will be able to program animations, stories and games with Scratch.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
- Get familiar with the basic programming concepts.
- Learn how to use different block types in Scratch.
- Work with different Scratch paradigms like code tiles, costumes and sounds.
- Learn how to create a Story tutorial in Scratch.
- Explore and use some advanced functions within Scratch.
WHO THIS BOOK IS FOR
If you are looking to introduce your kid to coding, then we recommend this book. It is also suitable for kids who love to build their own coding projects.
- Hello World
- The Catwalk
- Story Time
- Maze Runner
- Apple Dash
- Hungry Worm
- War of Clones
Arijit Mallick is an educationist and entrepreneur with more than a decade’s experience in designing and delivering technology training programmes through his company Lydnow Edutech Pvt Ltd. He strongly believes in early age adoption of tech skills for the current generation of students. Arijit likes to integrate and promote powerful ideas of ‘first principles thinking’ through the experiences within his endeavors in the learning and development industry.Abhay B. Joshi is a freelance teacher, and his area of interest has been “teaching Computer Programming as a medium for learning." He has been teaching Snap, Python, and Scratch regularly to middle and high school students. Abhay has been associated with the Software Industry since 1988 as a developer, entrepreneur, coach, and adviser. After getting an MS in Computer Engineering from Syracuse University (USA), he worked as a programmer for product companies that developed secure operating systems and network protocols. Later, Abhay co-founded Disha Technologies, a successful software services organization.