Scratch Programming 1

Intended Audience

  • Grade 4 - 7 (if you have done the previous stages)
  • Grade 8 - 12 (You should do this if you have not done any of the previous stages)

What do I need?

  • If Live Online Training : A laptop, and a stable internet connection. The recommended minimum speed is around 10 Mbps.
  • If Classroom Training : If you are not brining your own laptop (recommended), please let us know so we can have one ready for you.


  • A progress report will be issued for an incomplete year
  • After all classwork is completed, and the assessments passed, a Competency Certificate will be issued


  • 1 Year (40 one hour lessons, 10 per term, one per week)
  • Crash Course This course can be crashed over a periond of 1-2 weeks full-time


  • Opens up an exciting world of computer programming for kids and other beginning programmers.
  • Learn important mathematical and computer concepts to improve your creative thinking, logical reasoning, problem solving, and collaboration skills.
  • Learn programming fundamentals as you make your very own playable video games.
  • Create projects inspired by classic arcade games that can be programmed (and played!) in a day
  • You will create your own games quick-quick


Stage 1 - Riding a Flare from the Sun

  • Let’s get to know Scratch!
  • We’ll also learn about sprites
  • Learn about co-ordinates


Stage 2 - Entering Space

  • Make your first game
  • Create new costumes
  • Program a sprite’s movements
  • Program a sprite’s reactions
  • Program a sprite’s side effect


Stage 3 -Trapped by Mona Lisa Smile

  • Learn how to control the flow of a Scratch project.
  • how to keep score using variables
  • control the order of the game using broadcasts


Stage 4 - Defend Hong Kong’s Technocore

  • Learn to control sprites with the mouse
  • Program objects to bounce back
  • Even more


Stage 5 - Penalty Kick in Ipanema

  • Program a soccer game with a targeting system
  • Program a soccer game with several related rules and interactive sound effects
  • Program a soccer game with vivid, animated background!


Lesson 6 - Scratchy’s Wild Ride

  • learn how to create a side-scrolling racing game.
  • Learn to program complex movements for sprites
  • Make the game’s background change over time.


Stage 7 - The Lost Treasures of Giza

  • Create an interactive maze with a guard
  • Create an interactive maze with booby traps
  • Create an interactive maze with treasures


Stage 8 - Wizard Race

  • Make a simple button-mashing game
  • Learn how to play music with Scratch
  • Create an animated background.


Stage 9 - The Final Dark space

  • Make an exciting fighting game
  • Create two characters with unique fight moves
  • Create characters with custom health counters, and more.


Stage 10 - The Final Project

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