Code Club: Deep Sea Sushi with Scratch
No more Angry Birds, Ninja Dogs, or Goat Simulator - create a hungry shark game of your own with Scratch.
Make a fun game with beginner coding language Scratch. Scratch is a block-based programming language designed for children and beginners, and accessible through the Scratch website. Scratch was developed by MIT and is a really accessible way to explore coding and programming.
This tutorial will guide participants through creating a game where the player moves a shark around to try and catch fish.
This is a free event. Bookings are encouraged.
Register through Eventbrite here
Telephone the library on 1300 630 920
Bookings are encouraged in order to receive a reminder and link via email
This program will be delivered online via YouTube.
This video will be live to view via the Greater Dandenong Libraries Online – Children’s Programs YouTube playlist from Monday 24 August at 4pm.
If you choose to book, the video link will be sent directly to your email address.
Participants will require the following:
Smartphone, tablet, or computer with internet access
Library membership - Join the library here
For any questions, contact the library by telephone on 1300 630 920 during opening hours.
For more library programs and events, visit the What's On page here.