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    10 Fun Scratch Project Ideas for Kids


    Scratch Project Ideas For Kids


    Update: This article was last updated by Moonpreneur on 22nd May 2023 to reflect the accuracy and up-to-date information on the page.

    No, no, it’s not about scratching codes and winning prizes! Scratch is a block-based visual programming language designed specifically for kids.

    With its user-friendly drag-and-drop interface, Scratch makes it easy for anyone to bring their ideas to life while diving into problem-solving, logical thinking, collaboration, and more! 

    In this blog, Moonpreneur looks at 10 Scratch projects that can help foster creativity within children and parents alike. 

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    What is Scratch?

    To avoid any ambiguity, let us first define scratch. Scratch is an interactive and creative platform designed for children aged eight years and above. Developed by MIT Media Lab’s Lifelong Kindergarten group, it offers a free programming language and online community for kids to create interactive stories, games, and animations. 

    Recommended Reading: Importance of Scratch Coding For Kids

    We’ve hand-picked exciting Scratch Project Ideas that your child will love and enjoy making in 2023.

    Scratch Projects Age Group
    Virtual Pet Hamster 7-12 Years
    Animated Storytelling 7-16 Years
    Vocabulary Quiz Game 7-16 Years
    Interactive Math Adventure 8-14 Years
    Digital Drawing or Collages 8-16 Years
    Weather Simulator 9-14 Years
    Digital Dance Party 7-12 Years
    Virtual Piano 8-16 Years
    Flat Art Generator 9-14 Years
    Maze Game 10-16 Years

    1. Vocabulary Quiz Game

    Educational and entertaining, this interactive project can help children learn and reinforce new vocabulary in a fun way. 

    You can start by creating a list of vocabulary words in the target language and corresponding definitions. After that, you can use Scratch to create a quiz game where kids must match the correct description to each word.  

    Goto Project: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/10258299

    2. Interactive Math Adventure

    Math problems of various degrees, such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, can be included in the game. Kids can use Scratch to incorporate animation and graphics to enhance the game’s visual appeal. 

    The interesting part is that the game can be shared online with fellow kids, allowing collaborative learning and engagement.

    Goto Project: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/1284356

    3. Animated Storytelling

    Scratch’s user-friendly interface allows children to create characters, backgrounds, add music and sound effects. By animating their story, they can enhance their storytelling skills, improve their digital literacy, and have fun while doing it.

    Goto Project: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/180910749

    4. Virtual Pet Hamster

    This one is for pet lovers. In the virtual pet hamster project, they can create a digital pet that reacts to interactions like feeding and playing.

    They can use Scratch blocks to code the hamster’s behavior, including animations and sound effects. The project encourages problem-solving skills and creativity while introducing basic coding concepts in a fun and engaging way.

    Goto Project: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/495889

    5. Digital Drawing or Collages

    This one is perfect for young ones with a creative streak. In the Scratch digital drawing project, kids can use the “pen” tool to create a canvas and draw using various brush sizes and colors. They can use undo, clear, and save options to improvise their work. Additionally, a title can be added to their drawing, which can be displayed on the screen along with the picture itself.

    Goto Project: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/468852135

    6. Weather Simulator

    The Weather Simulator project has intriguing elements and provides a one-of-a-kind experience for children. An interactive program, it enables kids to simulate different weather conditions such as rain, snow, wind, and thunderstorms. They can also add different backgrounds and characters for an immersive experience. 

    This project teaches kids about the science behind weather and how other elements work together to create various weather phenomena. It also develops their programming skills and creativity.

    Goto Project: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/756601097

    7. Digital Dance Party

    With the Digital Dance Party project, children can unwind and have a fantastic time! Children can bring their party ideas to life with this project. They can use digital characters to design their dance parties,  creating an exciting atmosphere through music, dance moves, and special effects.

    While having fun, they learn the basics of programming and how to use Scratch programming blocks to make their characters move and dance. Indeed, it is an excellent way to blend creativity and technology while learning essential skills.

    Goto Project: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/550740372

    8. Virtual Piano

    Music lovers can have a gala time with Virtual Piano as they are allowed to create musical compositions by pressing keys on a virtual keyboard. Not just that, they can customize the piano’s appearance and sound as well as the option to record and playback compositions.

    With Scratch’s block-based programming language, they can easily create a functional and interactive virtual piano with endless possibilities for creativity and learning.

    Goto Project: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/59882052

    9. Flat Art Generator

    A blessing for artistic fingers that delight in playing with shapes and colors. Using Scratch, young artists can experiment with various colors and shapes to create a digital canvas that can be printed or shared online. Apart from that, they can add interactive elements such as animation and sound to their art pieces by using simple drag-and-drop coding.

    Goto Project: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/406253137

    10. Maze Game

    This interactive project allows players to navigate a maze to reach the end. Appealing for those who love challenges. Children can customize the game with different themes, obstacles, and difficulty levels. They can even program the game to include sound effects and visual cues, making the experience more engaging.

    For example, they can create a sprite that represents a wall and place it in the maze so the player’s spirit cannot move through it. 

    Goto Project: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/747709636

    There are so many of them, which makes it difficult to choose the right one. This assorted list will make it easier for your to choose projects that align with your child’s tastes and interests. And, of course, let us know which one you liked the most! 

    Also, if you’ve tried any Scratch projects not mentioned in the list, please share them in the comment section. We’d love to hear about your experiences and ideas!

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