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Designing a Game Using Scratch 3.0

The orange-brownish color denotes the “when” clause which basically means that when something happens, the ball will do something. So the first code in a sentence would be, when the green flag is clicked on the top left of the game screen, the ball will be placed at coordinate (-205, 147). Similarly, when the up arrow is pressed on your keyboard, the ball moves north 10 steps. Look through the other code for this ball sprite to learn more about what goes into making this game. Coding in this interface is like making sentences – very intuitive. Enjoyed yourselves with Scratch…

How to Get Kids Engaged in Programming

Robotics with mBlock Not only does mBlock allow you to create games, animations, and art but also features full robotic programming capabilities. mBlock is designed to work with MakeBlock’s many child. These friendly robots enable your kids to manifest their coding into the real world. How cool is that? With mBlock, children can express their creativity and truly grasp the power of coding. With AI capabilities, LED indicators, and movable parts, the possibilities are endless as to what your child wants to create. Coding will be an adventure rather than just simply learning strings of text. It motivates students to…

Breaking the Barrier of Kid Coding Dilemma

This allows for an interactive and intuitive way to introduce younger students into the expanse of coding. mBlock lowers these barriers of entry by using a more graphical interface. It lets kids exercise their creativity without worrying about formalities. Plus, mBlock also allows students to switch over to the highly popularized Python language when they are ready. This way, mBlock is for all levels of students and encourages development (from beginners to advanced coders). With mBlock, there’s no intimidation factor in starting to code. So students’ creativity is free to roam. Thus, say goodbye to the Kid Coding Dilemma and…