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  • 'receive' is spelt incorrectly on this resource 

    , Mar 29th
    • Good afternoon OliviaRodrigues!
      Thank you very much for getting in touch. I've had a look at the main version of this resource and the alternative versions but couldn't seem to see the word "receive" - could you please tell me a bit more about where the typo is? I'd really appreciate it. Thanks very much! :)

      , Mar 29th
  • I'm using these for coding lessons with my year 4 class.

    , Oct 11th
  • ICT display and introductory lesson.

    , Nov 17th
  • Do you have any more blocks for this, such as the 'if' ones?

    , Oct 23rd
    • Hi noylette,
      Thanks for your suggestion! I'll ask our resource team to look into this for you : )

      , Oct 23rd
  • Going to use this for an 'unplugged computer' lesson. Then I will display them in the ICT suite. Any chance of a large picture of the scratch cat to print?

    , Aug 25th
    • Hi debbiefriends,
      Thank you for commenting. I'll ask our resource designers to look into this for you right away : )

      , Aug 26th
  • demonstations on programming

    , Jul 21st
    • Hi carrieg,
      Thank you for sharing! :)

      , Jul 21st
  • Love this!!!

    , Jul 5th
    • Hi michellenewfield,
      So glad you like it! :)

      , Jul 5th
  • Fantastic resource for display in ICT suite. Also as an intro to scratch as children can practise ordering the blocks

    , Jun 25th
    • Hi hritchie,
      Thank you for your feedback! I'm really glad we could help :)

      , Jun 25th
Scratch Blocks For Display Poster

Scratch Blocks For Display Poster - These blocks could be printed and laminated and then used in an interactive display to show different algorithms.
This resource is available in Standard, Blank and Editable.
  • Homepage » Age 5 - 7 » Subjects » Computing
  • Homepage » 2014 National Curriculum Resources » Computing » Age 7 - 11 » Use logical reasoning to explain how some simple algorithms work and to detect and correct errors in algorithms and programs
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    • Twinkl added Blank Version on Jun 17th
    • Twinkl added Editable Version on Jun 17th
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