Discover how to create animations with Scratch and coding!
Animations are a fantastic tool for visual storytelling and can add a sense of liveliness to your coding projects. They are also something that can have profound impacts on society by providing ways to boost education and encourage sustainable systems pertaining to important aspects of life.
In this course, you’ll use Scratch’s visual coding blocks to construct an animation with multiple fish moving around to random locations. You’ll explore key animation skills such as moving sprites, playing sounds, adding backgrounds, and even looping animations for continuous play. Beyond composing this animation algorithm, you’ll also discover how manipulating data values can allow you to add variety to how fast your fish move.
Regardless of the sort of animation you want to make, these skills will empower you to creatively express your stories visually and give you the tools to change society in positive ways.
This course assumes basic familiarity with Scratch.
You will learn how to:
- Move sprites to random coordinates
- Construct loops for animations
- Add multiple objects to your projects
- Customize data values for movement variety
- Understand coding project creation flow