Website Project – September 26, 2015
Just starting out?
- Try the Hour of Code with programming puzzles based on Angry Birds or Frozen characters. (And get a certificate of completion at the end!)
- Get more practice by doing the exercises on the Scratch Help Cards using the Scratch Online Editor or the Scratch Offline Editor.
- Use your Scratch skills and imagination to create your own animation, game, or whatever!
- Look at the exercises and project ideas in Beyond Hour of Code…
Tip: To make it easy to save and share your programming projects, create a login by clicking Join Scratch on the Scratch home page!
A little more advanced?
- Animate your name with Scratch.
- Design a holiday card with Scratch.
- Create your own Pong game with Scratch.
- Solve Towers of Hanoi with Scratch.
- Explore and remix your own Scratch Starter Projects.
- Explore and remix your own Complex Scratch Projects.
Ready to learn other languages, web stuff, and fun stuff like writing mobile apps?
There are lots of more advanced tutorials and projects available on the web in whatever language you want to learn.
Here are a few you might want to check-out:
- Khan Academy
- Learn to build an iOS app in an hour on Make School.
- Learn to build an Android app with the MIT App Inventor.
- Learn Google Apps Script.
- Check-out some Java tutorials and references.
- Find examples of cool code snippets that others have created:
- Try things out and see what works in these online coding tools:
Tip: Try W3Schools to look-up syntax and explanations for language stuff you don’t know!
Want to help mentor and share what you know?
Do you already know all about programming, and want to start sharing what you know with others? We’re looking for volunteers and mentors!
Need advice on where to start?
You can also try browsing our growing list of programming resources, tutorials, and websites.