Beginner Scratch Jr Course

18.58 $

US Dollar
US Dollar

Rated 4.9 out of 5
4.9 out of 5 stars (based on 49 reviews)

This Basic Scratch Junior Course is designed for the youngest of learners. Through the 11 simple lessons, kids learn how to use sound blocks, import sprites, change their sizes or remove them, and animate a car to build a simple cartoon. Making a postcard and a timer are other things that children learn in the Basic course.

Throughout our Scratch Junior course, kids will learn how to connect blocks together in the right sequence to get the right output. They will learn to control a “Sprite”, or program the sprites to act upon a condition or after a delayed time. Kids will also learn about sequential and inserted cycles as well as broadcasting messages between Scratch Junior programming codes. After each lesson, there is homework provided for students to practice what they have learned. Most importantly, our lessons in this Scratch Junior coding course will encourage students to think logically when building the programming code to avoid errors and bugs. All of that is done via series of interesting projects that can be created within Scratch Junior’s coding framework for fun learning.

Additional information


11 Lessons

Access to Course

2 Months


5-8 Years Old




Yes – You can also add homework checking by a professional tutor to this package (Optional)


You can add private tutor to this package (Optional)





Beginner Scratch Junior Lessons (1 – 11)

Scratch Junior Lesson 1:
Program Installation
•  Installation of Scratch Jr.
Scratch Junior Lesson 2:
Getting to know motion blocks
•  Learning about Scratch Jr interfaces and how to use Scratch Jr.
Scratch Junior Lesson 3:
Getting to know blocks of appearance
•  Learning about blocks in Scratch Jr.
Scratch Junior Lesson 4:
Build a farm
•  Learn how to use sound blocks
•  Learn to record sound in Scratch Jr.
•  Learn how to import sprite
Scratch Junior Lesson 5:
Apple garden
•  Change the size of the sprite
Scratch Junior Lesson 6:
Moon Landing
•  Learn how to remove the sprite
•  Learn about speed blocks
•  Use different speed for sprites
Scratch Junior Lesson 7:
Flight to Saturn
•  Create a project that implements the use of moving up blocks
•  Make a sprite to shrink at the start of the program
Scratch Junior Lesson 8:
Car racing
•  Animate a car in a city.
•  Applying logic between the distance of an object and its size.
Scratch Junior Lesson 9:
New Year Greeting Card
•  Learn to make a postcard with Scratch jr.
•  Learn to use text in Scratch jr.
•  Learn to change page in Scratch Jr.
Scratch Junior Lesson 10:
Four Seasons
•  Learn to use the timer in Scratch jr.
•  Animate a story of a 4-season place.
Scratch Junior Lesson 11:
Dancing Time
•  Animate a dancing sprite
•  Learn to use a repeat block
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Our Customer and Client Reviews:

Very well instructed lessons to start coding for kids

Rated 5 out of 5

Very well instructed lessons. Thank you so much for your online support and guidance. We had the best experience withh Embassy.


My daughter enjoyed what she was doing

Rated 4 out of 5

My daughter started with Blockly but it was challenging for a 5 year old so we switched to Scratch junior. This time she enjoyed what she was doing. A huge thank you to you from Singapore.

Svetlana P.

My kid really liked the tutorials and watched all of them with great passion

Rated 5 out of 5

Ok I want to explain why I registered my son in your scratch class and what I expected and to what point I actually reached! I just wanted him to do what his friends were doing because I didn’t want him to feel left out. I didn’t have any intention of him becoming a programmer whatsoever in the future but he really liked the tutorials and watched all of them with great passion. Now I want to buy another course Minecraft or Roblox not sure which one yet. Maybe this is what he wants to do in future, who knows!

Noor Natasya

I really appreciate that you teach children how to code in this fun interactive way

Rated 5 out of 5

I really appreciate that you teach children how to code in this fun interactive way. I myself started coding with HTML and then JavaScript and am so glad that my kid is exposed to something so fun before them.

Armen Shakhow