Create a dress up game with Scratch
This is a tutorial for how to make a dress up game. Students make multiple copies of the same sprite (character) and create an algorithm to change to the next costume when the sprite is clicked.
The main programming concept taught in this tutorial is changing a part of a program when the mouse is clicked.
Optional challenge activities are:
- To add text and other shapes to the sprites as they change
- To create ‘clothes’ for the main sprite which change to a random colour when clicked.
Scratch is developed by the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab. See http://scratch.mit.edu
Click here to go to the presentation used in this video.