Mother’s Day Scratch Project

Screen Shot 2013-05-10 at 1.15.13 PMWell, my students uploaded their Mother’s Day Scratch Project here. Most came out really well! Some are very “middle school boys.” I’ve gone through most of the projects, but it looks like they met all the expectations.  A few, it seems even went above and beyond!

Some were frustrated in the process as they thought it would be easy… they’ve always played video games, not create them. Some struggled in that they had to think of every little step in creating a playable decent game. For the most part, I think they liked it. Now, they will share them with their family this Sunday. We’ll see!

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