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National Videogame Museum’s Getting Started with Scratch Worksheet

Download this free worksheet from the National Videogame Museum to learn about Scratch.

Suitable for: KS2, KS3, KS4, KS5

Subjects: Art & Design, Computing, Design & Technology

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Learn Scratch.

Use this free worksheet from the National Videogame Museum to learn about Scratch.

Scratch is a free game design software that’s the perfect entry point for coding and the best way for your students to make their first game.

This is an accompanying worksheet to the National Videogame Museum’s educational video – ‘Getting Started Using Scratch with The National Videogame Museum’.

Details.

Suitable for: KS2, KS3, KS4, KS5

Subjects: Art & Design, Computing, Design & Technology

Topics: N/A

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About National Videogame Museum.

The National Videogame Museum is where you can experience the past, present and future of play in this interactive, family-friendly museum, home to a hundred playable game exhibits, workshops and game creation stations.

The NVM wants to get everybody making and learning videogames! Through their learning programmes, they want to inspire people of all ages to explore their creativity, improve their STEM skills and have fun whilst learning!

They are proud to have welcomed thousands of students from all around the country giving them the chance to explore interactive exhibitions that celebrate and challenge videogame culture.