Ready for some more Scratch Challenges? Let’s take a look back at our 3rd week of daily challenges. During that week, we had fun with clones, turned things upside-down for April Fool’s Day, concentrated on our breathing and more!
If you aren’t caught up, you can find previous challenges here:
And if you don’t already know, Scratch is free! You can create an account and start coding on their website.
Now let’s get to the challenges.
Scratch Challenge #12
Sending out some ❤️ for our first challenge this week. Can you recreate?
Did you figure out it was done with cloning and shape/color changing? Did you find the purple heart costume for the Heart sprite?
My version here: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/380898856/
Scratch Challenge #13
We love getting some fresh air and exercise everyday. Our alien sprite loves it too! Let’s see if you can get your alien to do flips on the trampoline.
So first, l need to point out that sometime between when I posted the challenge in the morning and when I went to post the answer, Scratch had changed all of the event blocks to cats. Which of course I absolutely LOVED. 😻 Here’s how I did Scratch Challenge 13.
My version here: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/381255148/
Scratch Challenge #14
With Scratch Challenge 14, let’s be silly for April Fool’s Day! Can you recreate?
Did you figure out how to turn your sprite and backdrop upside down for Scratch Challenge 14? I used Flip Vertical on my sprite’s costumes and backdrop.
And here’s the code for my sprite to walk back and forth.
Hope you had a fun & silly April Fool’s Day! Scratch still had the cat ears on the event blocks when we first did that challenge– I think that should be a permanent option!
My version here: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/381651078/
Scratch Challenge #15
Many of us have had a lot of change in our lives recently. Sometimes when things feel really different, it’s nice to take some time to concentrate on our breathing. For Scratch Challenge 15, let’s build a little tool to help us with that. Can you recreate?
And here’s how I made Scratch Challenge 15. I hope you were able to re-create it and that you were able to spend a little time breathing in and breathing out.
My version here: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/377898898/
Scratch Challenge #16
Did you figure out Scratch Challenge 16? I did it by adding the pony as a costume for the cat.
After I create all of my cat clones, I switch costume to the pony and add one more clone.
Maybe you made yours a different way, and if it works, that’s great! My version is here: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/382152752/
As we wrap up another week of challenges, I hope you’re able to enjoy some time to practice your coding and to just be creative. More challenges coming soon!