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Learn Scratch Lesson 4

Learn Scratch Lesson 4

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Published by Jessica Chiang
Lesson 4 of Scratch Programming E-Book
Lesson 4 of Scratch Programming E-Book

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Published by: Jessica Chiang on Jul 15, 2009
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SCRATCH PROGRAMMING
Lesson 4: Create a Music Sprite
In this lesson 3, we make our sprite dance to the beat. In this lesson, I will show youhow to start and stop music by using variables. We will also create a Music Sprite thatwill handles music, and let dancer1 handle just with dancing.
Step 1: Create a Music Sprite
Let’s create a Music Sprite or a sprite that controls playing and stopping of backgroundmusic. To create a new sprite, click to open Paint Editor.Instead of drawing our own, this time we will import an image. Click “Import”.Click “Costumes” if it’s not already selected. Then open “Things” folders.
 
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Select “drum1” or whatever image you like. Then click “OK” to save.Rename this new sprite to “hip-pop”. It’s seems big for me so I shrink it with “ShrinkSprite” tool.
 
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Then use “Move” tool to move the “hip-pop” sprite to wherever you see fit. I place itnext to dancer1’s feet.

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