The Pen is a feature in Scratch that allows a Sprite to draw shapes, plot colored pixels, and so forth on the screen with the Pen Blocks. Lines, dots, rectangles, and circles are the easiest shapes to draw, but with enough scripting, any shape can be created.
A graphic effect is an effect that can be used on a sprite or the Stage, changing their look in some way. These blocks can be found under the Looks section. No effect, color, fisheye, whirl, pixelate, brightness, ghost, mosaic
Plot a line ( y=mx +b) Hit ‘space’ to plot a line and the c key to clear the old lines.
Speed=Distance/Time: Doesn’t actually calculate numerical answers. Instead, it changes the size of the S, D and T graphical icons according to their value.
Make your own line graph (primitive)
Advanced projects using physics and math:
-Use Trigonometric principles to determine Vectors for X and Y Directions for Sprite(Object) Movement.
-Simulate Gravity Physics.
-Use Conditional Statements and While Loops (Repeat Until) to determine action within Game.
– Use Variables to store, calculate, and direct movement within Game/Simulation.
CoderDojo: AthenryMultiple advance Scratch topics
Building a 3D wireframe
Galaga classic video game
Building a platforming game in Scratch
MIT’s Scratch Part 4: Twenty Webs Sites To Support Scratch And The Itch For Transforming Education
Teach-ict – 5 projects (7 hours+) for fully functional games.