No Dice? Code Your Own

Learn to code your own dice in Scratch

What if you want to play a board game but don’t have any dice? Well, why not code your own? You can learn a little coding AND play that board game!

It’s a piece of cake to code your own dice using the beginner-friendly programming tool Scratch, the world’s largest free coding community for kids. Scratch is actually a programming language and has an online community where children can program and share interactive media like stories, games, and animation with people from all over the world. Scratch is easily accessed, all you need to get started is an internet connection.

To access the Scratch Web Editor click here.

Follow our video tutorial to see how easy it is to code your own dice in Scratch.

Animated dice

Have fun with multiple sprites, costumes and backgrounds to create unique animated dice. Share your dice with your friends and impress them with your new coding skills!

You can see inside these similar projects we have shown below, and remix them to make your own:

See inside: Octopus Dice and Te Reo Dice.

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