Start: This is sometimes used as a first lesson. It introduces
the students to the Scratch environment and the idea of code.
Done on a white board for tthe students to hopefully follow.
The the students work through the five stages.
When the kat bounces initially it then walks upside down
So how to make it always appear the right way up?

Introduced are the concept of the sprites and its properties of
costume, movement, rotation and touches upon the coordinate
stytem, the if statement, repeat (loop) and the pen. These are
fundamental to most scratch programmes. As some of the students will
not be able to see the white board I issue a crib sheet.