Bitsy Beginners

About the course

Scratch Junior is an innovative and user-friendly programming platform designed specifically for young children aged 5-7. Developed by the MIT Media Lab, Scratch Junior introduces kids to the world of coding in a playful and interactive way.

Through colorful and intuitive blocks, children can create their own animations and interactive stories, fostering creativity and problem-solving skills. With Scratch Junior, young learners can explore the fundamentals of coding while having fun, making it an ideal introductory tool for educators and parents who want to nurture their child’s digital literacy and computational thinking from an early age.

Let your child embark on a journey of imagination and exploration through the exciting world of coding.​

Curriculum

Drive Across the Street is a simple game where the player controls a car, navigating it across a busy street while avoiding obstacles.

Following Steps are used to create this game.

  • Game Setup :
  • Character Control:
  • Obstacle Placement:
  • Game Logic:
  • Winning Condition:
  • User Interface:
  • Sound Effects:
  • Playtesting:
  • Polish and Refinement:

Dance Party is an exciting game where players control characters that dance to the beat of the music. Players can choose their favorite character and dance moves.

Following are the steps used to build this game-

  • Game Setup:
  • Character Control:
  • Dance Moves:
  • Music Integrations:
  • Dance Controls:
  • Dance Battle Mode:
  • Animation and Visual Effects:
  • Game over and Start:
  • User Interface:
  • Playtesting:
  • Polish and Refinement:

The Conversation game allows players to engage in interactive dialogues with characters they encounter in various scenarios. 

Players choose responses that shape the outcome of the conversation.

Following are the steps used to build this game-

  • Game Setup:
  • Character Selections:
  • Dialogues and Scenarios:
  • Dialogue options:
  • Player Choices:
  • Character Reactions:
  • Story Progression:
  • Game Over and Start:
  • User Interface:
  • Sound Effects:
  • Playtesting:
  • Polish and Refinement:

Classroom Dance Party is a game where players can choose their favorite classroom character and make them dance to the beat of the music in a school-themed setting.

Following are the steps used to build this game-

  • Game Setup:
  • Character Selections:
  • Dance Moves:
  • Music integrations:
  • Dance Controls:
  • Visual Effects:
  • Game Over and Start:
  • User Interface:
  • Sound Effects:
  • Playtesting:
  • Polish and Refinement:

Creating a “Count and Code Techno Kit” Scratch Junior game can be a fun and educational project for kids. This game can help children learn basic programming concepts while counting and coding.

The objective of the game is to teach kids how to count and use basic programming commands to complete challenges.

  • Introduction Screen:
  • Level Selection:
  • Gameplay:
  • Feedback:
  • Level Completion:
  • Game Over:
  • Instructions:
  • Sound and Visuals:
  • Learning Emphasis:
  • Accessibility:
  • Testing and Debugging:

“Help the Cat Get Home Safely” is an interactive game where players assist a lost cat in finding its way home through various challenges and obstacles.

Steps to create above Game:

  • Game Setup:
  • Character Control:
  • Home Location:
  • Obstacle Placement:
  • Game Logic:
  • User Interface:
  • Sound Effects:
  • Storytelling Elements:
  • Playtesting:
  • Polish and Refinement: