Students use a block-based coding language to manipulate sprites and story templates as well as community-created code snippets to create stories and games. The web site also contains a link to the help manual, discussions on the Scratch forum, import and export tools and a showcase of example programs created in Snap!.
|Content type||Tools for learning|
|Core and overarching concepts||Implementation (programming)|
|Technologies & Programming Languages||other programming languages|
|Keywords||Programming, Computational Thinking, Parameters, Algorithms, Computer games, Animation|
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