We ran our third and final session in a three-part series of web conferences: Let’s start from Scratch and learn to code: Part 3. Let’s build a computer game and make learning about Cartesian coordinates fun. Learn about algorithms, sequencing, branching and looping.

We run through fun, creative activities and digital projects to engage children of all ages. We go through these step by step, in simple, easy language. You’ll surprise yourself with how much fun you’re having and your curiosity sparked. We build a fun animation game project with bats in a forest and lightning striking – so much fun for all!


Follow along the recorded web conference designed especially for teachers.


On this page you will find:

  1. recording of web conference
  2. links to web conferences for Part 1 and 2
  3. link to scratch game created in web conference

Recording of web conference – Learn to code: Part 3

If you would like to watch the recording, click on this link. 

Links to Scratch projects

– Forest of Danger: learn about Cartesian coordinates, conditional statements and branching!

If you missed out…

You can find part 1 here and part 2 here.


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