Intro to scratch 3.0

The Library is currently in Phase 4 of its Reopening Plan. Due to COVID-19, the Bob Harkins Branch (downtown) is open for limited service Monday-Friday 10 am-6 pm, Saturday 10 am-4 pm. The Nechako Branch (Hart) is open Monday-Friday 10 am-6pm.

With a new video every week you can you can learn Scratch 3.0! Scratch is a free application created by MIT to teach computer programming to people of all ages. By the end of this series you'll be able to make an easy game! Find these videos on YouTube (www.youtube.com/user/pglibrary), Instagram (@pglibrary) or Facebook (www.facebook.com/pglibrary).

March 5 - What is a Sprite? - learn all about sprites and make one yourself
March 12 - Basic Script Building - begin coding by using blocks
March 19 - Turtle Graphics and Custom Blocks - learn how to draw with Scratch and make patterns
March 26 - Moving and Sensing - use movement and sensors to make your sprites interactive
April 2 - Make a Game - create a basic game of Snake using what you've learned so far
April 9 - Beyond Scratch with Finch Robot and Makey Makey - Taking Scratch to the next level

Location: 
Virtual Event
Target Audience: 
Adult
Adult 19-30