Cyber STEM Scratch Challenge Criteria and Resources

Create a scratch project that includes the following:
• A maze
• Something that disappears (gets eaten) when sprite runs over it.
• Points with a scoreboard
• Name your game

Refer to the resources below for help:

Submit your Scratch game link here!

Share your project on the Scratch website and submit the URL using this form:

So proud of my students!

The sweet days of summer are fleeting and we hope you have packed them with fun times with your family and friends. Summertime allows us to pursue our passions that we may not otherwise have the time for during the school year, and that is no exception for teachers, as well. I had the opportunity this summer to teach a group of middle school girls at the CyberSTEM Camp at the University of Maryland.

Hour of Code Scratch Tutorial (Holiday card)

To view the Hour of Code Scratch Tutorial click on the link below:

Ready to Scratch?

Scratch is a programming language developed at the MIT Media Lab and funded by several organizations including but not limited to the National Science Foundation, Microsoft, Intel Foundation, MacArthur Foundation, Google, Iomega and MIT Media Lab research consortia.

Scratch allows you to create your own animated games, art and stories.

To learn more about Scratch and to download the program visit the link below.  Please remember to get permission from your parents prior to downloading any program to your computer or signing up for an account.