Learn about CS First and Scratch, then create a story in which two characters talk
without using questions.
Tell a story in Scratch. In the story, a character walks through a scene describing
what they see.
Create a dynamic stormy day setting, complete with rain and lightning.
Build a story around one of four premises.
One character narrates another character's actions and thoughts.
Create a story in which the audience can make a decision.
Create a personal narrative based on one of three premises.
Create an innovative product or idea, then use storytelling to pitch or sell it.
Learn about CS First and Scratch, then create a victory celebration in Scratch.
Create a dance, cheerleading, karate, or basketball performance competition. Then
write the commentary for each of the competitions.
Create a fun net sport game with a bouncing ball and an athlete.
Create a commercial around one of four fitness gadgets: wrist wear, eyewear,
Build an all-star passing game where you try to aim at a moving receiver.
Build a home run derby style baseball game.
Build an extreme sports game in which a racer navigates an obstacle course for as
long as possible.
Build a project in which you get interviewed about what you programmed and learned
Learn about CS First and Scratch, then create a gaming story.
Create a two-player racing game in which users control movement with the keyboard.
Create a game in which the user guides a sprite through a maze.
Create and learn about platform games. Students program a player sprite to move and
jump across platforms.
Create an escape game in which a player must avoid other sprites that move
Create a launcher game using key press events, clones, and variables.
Learn how to use storytelling in video game design while building an RPG style
Create a game with a side scrolling background (similar to the popular game Flappy