Welcome to the ICE Cold Mini-conference October 13, 2012

Scratch - Introduction to Programming


K12 Online - Teaching Kids To Think Using Scratch

Scratch Projects created by students

Ray School New Hampshire - 1st Grade
Ray School New Hampshire - 3rd Grade
P.S. 131 Brooklyn, NY - 5th Grade
Bangalore, India - Middle School Project

My Scratch Projects

How Many Frogs
Cookie Conversation
Music - Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
Maze - Monkey eats Bananas
Cowboy Tumbleweed Catch
Water Cycle
Squares vs. Hexagons
United State Capitals
Preposition Poem
Short & Long "E" Sort Game



Scratch Programming Materials


Scratch Reference Guide The Scratch Reference Guide provides an overview of the Scratch software.
Scratch Curriculum Guide The Scratch Curriculum Guide was created by MIT to provide an introduction to creative computing curriculum using Scratch.
Scratch Programming Cards Scratch Cards provide a quick way to learn new Scratch programming code.

Scratch SMART Notebook File




Scratch Image Files




Music and Sound Links for your Scratch Projects


Simply the Best Sounds
Sound Jay
Bee MP3

Scratch Software, Sharing Community and Education Resources


Free Scratch Software for Mac, Windows and Linux Massachusetts Institute of Technology developed this application which can run on a Mac, Windows or Linux computer. The best part is that it is free!!!
Scratch Community - Imagine, Program and Share Massachusetts Institute of Technology developed this website so that you can share your finished projects with others. Create an account and you can download other Scratcher's projects, remix them and share your projects with the Scratch Community.
ScratchEd Resources Massachusetts Institute of Technology developed this website for educators. It is a great site to find videos, resources, upcoming Scratch events and blog about your experiences using Scratch in your classroom. Create an account to join discussion groups, post blog items and download resource materials.
Computers for Creativity Sheena Vaidyanathan, a 6th grade Computer Science teacher, in Los Altos School District, California developed this website to display her student's work and share her teaching experience with other educators.
Exploring Computer Science Unit 4 - Introduction to Programming provides a suggested curriculum for using Scratch as part of the High School Curriculum Exploring What Computer Science Is and What It Can Do. Even though this entire document was created for the high school level, Unit 4 could be modified or used for special projects for younger learners in elementary and middle schools.