Making Apples Fall in Scratch
Scratch is a visual programming language that allows users to create interactive stories, games, and animations. It is a great way for kids to learn coding basics and have fun at the same time. One of the most popular activities in Scratch is making objects fall from the sky. This tutorial will show you how to make apples fall from the sky in Scratch.
Step 1: Create a Background
The first step is to create a background for your project. You can use any image or color you like. To add an image, click on the “Paint new sprite” button and select an image from your computer. If you want to use a solid color, click on the “Choose new color” button and select a color from the palette.
Step 2: Add Apple Sprite
Next, you need to add an apple sprite to your project. To do this, click on the “Choose new sprite” button and select an apple sprite from the library. Once you have selected an apple sprite, drag it onto your stage.
Step 3: Make Apples Fall
Now that you have added an apple sprite to your project, it’s time to make it fall from the sky. To do this, click on the “Motion” tab and then select the “Gravity” block. Drag this block into your script and set its value to 10 (this will make the apple fall faster). Finally, click on the green flag icon to start your program.
Step 4: Enjoy!
That’s it! Now sit back and watch as your apples fall from the sky. You can also add other sprites such as birds or clouds to make your project even more interesting. Have fun!