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Scratch Mix and Match Series

Scratch Mix and Match Series

Learn how to make your own game with the Scratch Mix and Match Cards. Accept the challenge and make a game or story with the cards for this challenge!

Art & Design, Digital Storytelling, Game Design
Scratch Basics Episode 8: Moving Up and Down

Scratch Basics Episode 8: Moving Up and Down

In this series, the basics of Scratch will be introduced to provide learners with the foundational skills required to begin creating in Scratch.

Art & Design, Computational Thinking, Digital Storytelling, Game Design
Scratch Mix and Match Challenge #4

Scratch Mix and Match Challenge #4

Scratch Mix and Match Cards Challenge #4. Accept the challenge and learn how to make a Choose your own Adventure game or story! Making your own games in Scratch is a fun way to learn how to code!

Art & Design, Computer Fundamentals, Digital Storytelling, Game Design
Pixel Power: Sprites for Scratch

Pixel Power: Sprites for Scratch

Create a basic four-frame walk cycle for a 32×32 character sprite from start to finish, then import that sprite into Scratch. A time-compressed video example of the process helps to illustrate the process.

Art & Design, Game Design
Pinnguaq at Home: Week 9

Pinnguaq at Home: Week 9

See what Pinnguaq is offering for online learning at home for the week of June 15th to 29th.

Art & Design, Computational Thinking, Digital Storytelling, Game Design
Pixel Power Series

Pixel Power Series

In this Pixel Power series, Ian MacLean will be taking learners along with him to learn more about pixel art, and how to improving your workflow in GraphicsGale.

Art & Design, Computer Fundamentals, Game Design
Pinnguaq at Home: Week 8

Pinnguaq at Home: Week 8

See what Pinnguaq is offering for online learning at home for the week of June 8th to 12th.

Art & Design, Computational Thinking, Digital Storytelling, Game Design, Health & Wellness
A green soda bottle with two arrows, one pointing down that shows a bitmap version of the image; making it blurry, and then the other arrow pointing up to display the vector; making it readable.

Working with vector graphics art in Scratch

In this tutorial, you will learn about the differences between vector graphics and raster graphics (also called bitmap graphics or pixel graphics) and how they are used in Scratch as well as how to use Inkscape to make vector-based art for use in Scratch.

App Development, Art & Design, Computer Fundamentals, Game Design
Scratch Basics Episode 4: Adding Sound

Scratch Basics Episode 4: Adding Sound

In this series, the basics of Scratch will be introduced to provide learners with the foundational skills required to begin creating in Scratch.

Art & Design, Computer Fundamentals, Digital Storytelling, Game Design
Coded Cooking: Homemade Pizza

Coded Cooking: Homemade Pizza

Step by step coding can be a very difficult process to go through, even the tiniest mistake can result in a bug that crashes the game. A great way to display this is through cooking, and what better food than pizza!

Computer Fundamentals, Health & Wellness, Other
Pixel Power: Form & Colour

Pixel Power: Form & Colour

This tutorial of Pixel Power is a primer on silhouette, form, and colour when making sprites in GraphicsGale.

Art & Design, Game Design
Scratch Mix and Match Challenge #3

Scratch Mix and Match Challenge #3

Scratch Mix and Match Cards Challenge #3. Making your own games in Scratch is a fun way to learn how to code! Accept the challenge and make a game or story with at least two of the three Mix and Match cards for this challenge!