Here are ten exercises for kids in Scratch:
Create a simple animation: Have your child create a simple animation, such as a bouncing ball or a character walking across the screen.
Make a game: Encourage your child to create a simple game, such as a maze or a matching game.
Design a story: Have your child create an interactive story using the Scratch platform.
Create a musical instrument: Encourage your child to create a musical instrument using Scratch’s sound and music blocks.
Make a quiz: Have your child create a quiz or trivia game using Scratch’s input and output blocks.
Create a digital clock: Have your child create a digital clock using Scratch’s time blocks.
Design a platformer game: Encourage your child to create a platformer game where a character jumps over obstacles.
Make a weather app: Have your child create a simple weather app that displays the current temperature and conditions.
Design a virtual pet: Encourage your child to create a virtual pet that responds to different commands and actions.
Create a drawing tool: Have your child create a drawing tool that allows users to create images and patterns on the screen.
These are just a few examples of exercises that kids can do in Scratch. Encourage your child to be creative and to come up with their own ideas for projects as well.