Scratch Tutorial – Using Basic Loops (Repeat)
This tutorial demonstrates how you get an action or activity to repeat using a programming concept known as a loop. Loops are great when you need something to happen over and over again.
You can control how many times a loop will occur or you can have it loop forever.
Think about what you want to happen and for how long.
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Now that you reviewed the tutorial, let’s see if you can do the following as one animation:
Add a second sprite of your choice
Have the new sprite travel in the opposite direction of the helicopter
Have this new sprite travel faster than the original helicopter
Have both of the sprites move up and down instead of side to side
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