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Statements In programming, a statement is simply a directive that tells the computer to do something. Think of it as a command or an instruction. In Scratch, any block whose label reads like a command is a statement.
Conditions In programming, a condition is something that must be true in order for something to happen. A condition is thus said to "evaluate to true" or "evaluate to false." In Scratch, any block whose label says "if," "when," or "until" is a sort of conditional construct.
Conditions If Construct: Instruct a sprite to say hello only if, say, the user has depressed the mouse button: When Construct: Instruct a sprite to do something when an event occurs:
Loops In programming, a loop can induce multiple executions of statements. In Scratch, any block whose label begins with "forever" or "repeat" is a looping construct.
Homework Complete the Cat Walk Project You may wish to use the Scratch Reference Guide and the Programming Concepts Handout as resources Completed projects need to be submitted via Interact by the due date.