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More Fun scratch projects

More types of Scratch 2.0 projects for you to enjoy, remix, learn more programming tips from.

Search for other types of Scratch projects (Minecraft, art, music, chemistry, whatever) on the Scratch website.

Email  me at jo.vanvliet@gmail.com and I'll add any Scratch projects you make and want to share or you find and think others would enjoy and learn from.

Animated shape art just one sprite needed http://scratch.mit.edu/projects/20872588/.

Create fun  MadLibs like http://scratch.mit.edu/projects/1385916/   or  http://scratch.mit.edu/projects/23027182/  Remix them to suit a MadLibs  story you want to tell. 

Make studying for tests more fun for you and your friends by making (or remixing)  history, math, and vocabulary review animations . This Spanish vocab review game is fun even if you don't know Spanish because it already has scoring set up. Remix it. Click on the space ship sprite and change the questions and answers to a subject you know.http://scratch.mit.edu/projects/11984711/#editor   .

Here's a history review Scratch gamehttp://scratch.mit.edu/projects/24885868/#player

You can use Scratch for school projects. Here's one a student did to explain how a car's engine works.

http://scratch.mit.edu/projects/24884455/ .  Maybe your school project is how the heart works or how atoms combine to make molecules, you could make a Scratch project to explain. Much more fun presentation that just reading from a piece of paper!