Falling Objects – Game Design
Welcome to our Hour of Code lesson where you will code a fun and artistic game using Scratch! For this lesson, you’ll code a Falling Objects game and then express yourself creatively through modifying and enhancing the game using the skills you learned.
Educators & Parents: this Hour of Code activity can be done as a classroom lesson or students can work on it independently. If you have any questions or need help, email email@example.com.
ALL female-identifying students can submit a finished project into our national Game Design competition for girls in grades 3-12 for a chance to win a cash prize, swag and more! Click here to learn more.
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Game Design Competition
For Girls & Non-Binary Students Grades 3-12
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