KS2 Maths learning resources for adults, children, parents and teachers organised by topic.
ScratchJr is an introductory programming language that enables young children (ages 5 and up) to create their own interactive stories and games. Children snap together graphical programming blocks to make characters move, jump, dance, and sing. Children can modify characters in the paint editor, add their own voices and sounds, even insert photos of themselves -- then use the programming.
Kids Games :), a Studio on Scratch. Easy And Simple Games for Kids.No Rampages and no conflicts.Neat And Clean.With Scratch, you can program your own interactive stories, games, and animations — and share your creations with others in the online community. Scratch helps young people learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively — essential skills for life in the 21st century.Scratch is a popular, easy and free tool to create stories, games and animations with pupils to give them a solid basis in programming techniques in preparation for computer science. This course is suitable for teachers with no prior programming experience in key stage 2 and 3 who are looking to engage their students by creating simple computer games.
How to Use Scratch: Scratch is an object-oriented programming interface that uses blocks as scripts. In this Instructable, I will teach you the basic elements of Scratch. For more information, to view uploaded Scratch projects, and to download the latest version of.Read More
Handling Data KS2. Plants Age 5 to 14 Challenge Level: Three children are going to buy some plants for their birthdays. They will plant them within circular paths. How could they do this? How Big Are Classes 5, 6 and 7? Age 7 to 11 Challenge Level: Use the two sets of data to find out how many children there are in Classes 5, 6 and 7. Match the Matches Age 7 to 11 Challenge Level: Decide which.Read More
With ScratchJr, young children (ages 5-7) can program their own interactive stories and games.Read More
Learning Games; Topmarks Apps; Topmarks Blog; Find great educational resources. Search. Browse by subject and age group Go. Share this page: Hit the Button. Quick fire questions on number bonds, doubling, halving, times tables, division facts and square numbers against the clock. Brilliant for improving mental maths and calculation skills, but particularly times tables either up to 10 or up to.Read More
How Scratch broadcasts work, and how to teach them. Sean McManus, author of Scratch Programming in Easy Steps and Cool Scratch Projects in Easy Steps, shows you how to demonstrate broadcasts in Scratch. I am a Code Club volunteer, and before starting the third Code Club project (fireworks), I created a simple demonstration to show my club how broadcasts work in Scratch.Read More
Get your kids’ grammar and spelling punctuation (see, doesn’t work. Bad grammar! Bad!) skills up to scratch with some lighthearted online gaming. It’s better than the language they’ll pick up playing Call of Duty online at home. Here’s a quick roundup of some of the best word games this side of Countdown, Boggle and Scrabble. Enjoy. 1.Read More
Pupils begin this unit with an introduction to the Scratch programming environment, and by reverse- engineering some existing games. They then progress to planning and developing their own game, learning to incorporate variables, procedures (using the Broadcast function), lists and operators. They should be able to create a fully working game with lives, scoring and some randomisation of.Read More
This guide shows you how to make a project in SCRATCH. To start a new project, go to SCRATCH and click Create. If you have a SCRATCH account, sign in so your project saves. SCRATCH is a programming language that lets you create your own interactive stories, animations, games, music, and art.Read More
This PlanIt Planning Overview provides a basic outline of the lessons, resources and learning intentions provided in the PlanIt Year 5 Computing 'Scratch Developing Games' Unit packs.Read More
Try our sample games today. themathsfactor.com with Carol Vorderman Peasron. Home Course topics; Games and fun!. Adventurer Lower Key Stage 2. Click to play! Game 1. Marching Madness Addition 2 Game 2. Balloon Pop Tables (3x, 6x, 9x) Game 3. Diver Factory Rounding Game 4. Balloon Pop Tables (4x, 8x) Game 5. Diver Factory Subtraction Game 6. Hedgehog Hurry Ordering Game 7. Balloon Pop.Read More