#Coding - Health/PhysEd

interactive
arts
drama
art
storytelling
Theatre
design
Animate
animation
visual
introduction
coding
This outline goes through the steps of making a simple animation where two sprites interact in a setting.  I have used this project to introduce Scratch to children and adults.  For adults, it takes about an hour, for students (depending on age) it can take two to three class periods.
arts
social justice
religion
design
visual
Identity
wellbeing
self confidence
self image
 Students learn basic Scratch programming by designing an avatar that represents them in 3 positive ways & completes a simple action. Taps into students' creativity while introducing programming!
arts
dance
music
health
math
patterns
physical education
storytelling
design
Movement
visual
coding
Performance
In this activity, participants create their own dance party using Scratch. Attached below is a .pdf handout of the activity, an editable .ai version, and a sample project.
drama
music
art
storytelling
Theatre
design
game
visual
narrative
improv
Ever heard of an Exquisite Corpse? It's not what you might think. An Exquisite Corpse is an old game in which people write a phrase on a sheet of paper, fold it over to conceal part of it and pass it on to the next player to do the same. The game ends when someone finishes the story, which is then read aloud.
history
arts
languages
science
math
geography
religion
french
design
game
quiz
content
cross curricular
Conditional
scoring
cross design
 This lesson teaches students how to assemble a quiz game that reviews content area vocabulary.
ESL
english
arts
drama
ELL
religion
patterns
setting
sequencing
french
story
narrative
This project was the culminating activity for our ELA studies around the novel Bud Not Buddy by Christopher Paul Curtis. The objective was for students to use the programming language Scratch to demonstrate their recognition of sequencing, setting, and the theme, When one door closes, another opens. Students worked individually and each chose a different chapter from the book. Each project included step-by-step moves matching the sequence of the story, elements of the setting, and the characters from the assigned chapter. In addition, programming, logical thinking, problem solving and presentation skills were developed.
writing
journal
genre
Exploration
Identity
wellbeing
cross curricular
diary
self confidence
self expression
self discovery
any subject
- From Ai Boon Tan - Using Scratch as a tool to write journal or diary entries can be a different and interesting method for students. I have tried it and would like to share with you how it can be done.
biology
arts
health
science
math
ethics
design
fact
animation
medicine
moral code
Lesson plan, activity, and sample project for animating mitosis. Could easily be adapted to animate other biological processes or really, anything you can animate.
technology
arts
science
math
data
measure
engineering
stem
steam
stream
Children can study different phenomenon by designing their own instruments, putting together an experiment and collecting data. The goals of the activity are: Teach the children about sensors and its applicability in their everyday life. Familiarize the children with scientific investigations when they formulate, experiment and think about their topics of interest. Teach the children to use computational tools to help them in their scientific investigations. Motivate children to build their own tools for the manipulation and representation of the data.
technology
astronomy
science
math
space
gravity
orbit
engineering
ground
not sandra bullock
In this lesson you will build a gravity system that can be used in video games. When a character jumps, they will move in the air 10 spaces then gravity will pull them back to the ground. In other examples we have used keyboard control blocks to send a message to move a character up and down. This is NOT what we will do with this program.
ESL
english
history
ELL
health
science
math
quiz
presentation
physed
any subject
This is an over simplified representation of how poisons came to become common ingredients in American food. There is an interactive portion at the end.
technology
biology
health
science
math
design
engineering
study
biome
By the end of this project students have created an animated biome. I have used this with third grade students for two years with great results each time. Tutorials and handouts included.
geometry
technology
arts
science
math
religion
velocity
gravity
inertia
speed
trajectory
engineering
not sandra bullock
In this project students will build a lunar lander than must land on the moon while dealing with gravity and inertia. Credit to actruncale who built the original project and on which this one is based.
ESL
technology
english
ELL
health
science
math
direction
electricity
Simulation
Safety
Voltage
engineering
polarity
Resistence
ohms
not futile
not star trek jargon
How to study/learn/assess the Ohm law knowledge by creating a scratch simulation.
technology
science
math
patterns
maze
game
code
engineering
gamification
coding
stem
steam
stream
still a thing
The user directs a professor sprite through a maze of elements to get to his lab door, all the while avoiding a certain classification of elements, such as metals, halogens, etc. There are 6 levels.
technology
science
math
electricity
Safety
Voltage
Current
Ohm
engineering
stem
steam
laws
stream
Resistence
not futile
not star trek jargon
namaste
I came across this wonderful presentation by ffred and wish to share it to encourage Science teachers in the use of Scratch to supplement their teaching if they have the opportunity. This project explains the Ohm+Kirchhoff's Laws.  It is very well done and students will be able to follow it easily.  
technology
science
math
compounds
Water
Safety
H2O
soluable
insoluable
beaker
not bunsen honeydew
The program shows a beaker of water and 4 compounds. As the user clicks on each compound in turn, it descends into the beaker of water and either dissociates into its ions or remains a solid. The lesson could easily be modified by students for other compounds given to them.
health
science
math
Language
commons
physed
coding
wellbeing
Scratch
learning commons
dsylexia
Colin Meltzer and Jennifer Junkin are colleagues at The Carroll School in Lincoln, MA which serves children, grades 1-8, diagnosed with language-based learning disabilities such as dyslexia. Jennifer is the ninth grade math teacher and Colin is the Director of Learning Commons.
technology
arts
science
math
religion
engineering
coding
stem
steam
computational thinking
stream
all the things
In the May 2012 ScratchEd Webinar, Karen Brennan and Michelle Chung from the ScratchEd Team discuss different forms and approaches to assessing students' understandings of computational thinking. During the presentation, Karen shared a definition of "computational thinking" comprised of:
interactive
video
math
Application
coding
stem
steam
stream
how it works
realworld
This latest phase of Citizen Maths Scratch Videos includes content for Proportion, Representation, and Uncertainty: https://www.citizenmaths.com/how-to-use-scratch-in-citizen-maths/ In addition to the videos, the site includes a table (excerpted below) describing which skills are explored in each video.
technology
biology
arts
science
math
weather
Water
Climate Change
engineering
stem
steam
stream
is wet
Water Cycle Project on Scratch by builderboy2
ESL
english
arts
ELL
religion
literature
reading
french
books
analysis
all subjects
Literature Circle
Native languages
exploring
Literature Circle Discussion Template on Scratch by RGACoach
Biography
presentation
all subjects
coding
Dickinson
informative
Scratch
author
poet
Emily
Emily Dickinson - A Poet's Life and Scholarly Traits on Scratch by JayfeatherrulesSide
template
game
quiz
jeopardy
all subjects
not geoparty
House On Mango Street jeopardy on Scratch by midnight--demon - Use this as a template to create your own Jeopardy game.
problem solving
computational thinking
design process
operational thinking
We designed these examples to showcase the ability to use Scratch in a variety of curriculum areas, from elementary grades on up. We're passionate about using Scratch in the classroom, and we hope these examples can help you get started Scratching.
classroom
english
arts
physical education
physed
coding
#canconnected
Do you teach art, music, or PE? Want to do an Hour of Code? Never fear! Here are ideas for hosting an Hour of Code in your art, music, or PE classroom.