How to Make Epic Games in Scratch – Winter 2021

GRADES 3–8: Have you ever wondered how video games are made? Want to take your skills to the next level? Go behind the screen with Scratch 3.0. Join us virtually to learn all the basics you need to make your first arcade game or upgrade your coding proficiency. You will learn how to make awesome 2-D games and create the art for them.

Scratch is completely accessible online at https://scratch.mit.edu/ with or without a scratch account. To create a free online account you need your parents’ e-mail (and permission). Scratch can also be downloaded for offline use at https://scratch.mit.edu/download. The offline version
requires Windows 10, Mac 10.13, Android 6.0 or Chrome OS.

Fifteen-year-old Sulaiman Jackson (Sully), known by his 4,000 followers as SullyBully, has created over a hundred Scratch projects since 2013. Sully is proficient in Unity/C# and HTML /CSS. His mobile games can be found on the Google Play Store and the App Store, and his coding tutorials are available on the Jackson Academy YouTube channel. Sulaiman is currently a freshman at Baker College, where he is studying Game/Software Development. Former teachers Shantel Hosein and Raphael Jackson are the co-founders of the Jackson Academy, a non-profit educational organization that promotes peer-based mastery learning in the creative arts.

Register
Start Date
Monday, January 25th
Duration
January 25th - March 1st
Time
4:00pm - 5:00pm
Cost
Free
Instructor

Sulaiman & Raphael Jackson

Venue
Online

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