25 Scratch Games for Kids

25 Scratch 3 Games for Kids

A Playful Guide to Coding
by Max Wainewright
October 2019, 128 pp.

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Build Your Own Computer Games with Scratch 3

Learn how to make fun games with Scratch—a free, beginner-friendly programming language from the MIT Media Lab. Create mazes, road-crossing games, and two-player games that keep score. Colorful pictures and easy-to-follow instructions show you how to add cool animations and sound effects to your games. You’ll have hours of fun catching snowflakes, gobbling up tacos, and dodging donuts in space—while learning how to code along the way!

Covers Scratch 3.0

Author Bio 

Max Wainewright is an experienced elementary and high school teacher who has written dozens of educational books for children like the best-selling How to Code series, which has been translated into 20 languages. Wainewright has designed and developed coding software and online tools used by London Grid for Learning and is the founder of 2Simple Software. His programs and websites have won a number of awards including BETT, ERA and Practical Pre-School Gold Awards. He currently lives in London with his wife and two children and teaches part time in a London elementary school.

Table of contents 

Introducing Scratch 3

Chapter 1: Game On!
Chapter 2: Drawing Backgrounds and Sprites
Chapter 3: What's the Score?
Chapter 4: Math Matters
Chapter 5: Making Your Own Blocks


“If your child is just getting into coding, gaming or both, you'll want to buy this book. It covers 25 different gaming mechanics that will help spark your child's imagination on different games they can create and build.”
Coder Kids