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Make your sprite move forward is a video in a series of video tutorials under the Help tab on the Scratch main head bar. It describes how to use the Move () Steps block to make a sprite move. The video is 1 minute and 14 seconds long.

Transcription

[0:00] In this video, we will learn how to move our sprite forward.

[0:06] Let us start with a new Scratch project.

[0:09] I will drag the move block onto the Script area.

[0:18] Then, I will click on the Events link in the Block Palette.

[0:28] This will show all blocks associated with Events.

[0:32] I will drag the green flag block, and then I will snap the two blocks together, and that's it!

when gf clicked
move (10) steps

[0:39] The sprite will now move forward by 10 steps whoever I click on the green flag.

[0:46] I can even change the number of steps the sprite moves forwards

[0:51] Let me change this number to 60.

when gf clicked
move (60) steps

[1:06] Finally, what do you think will happen if I enter a negative number in the move block? Why don't you give it a try?

when gf clicked
move (-10) steps

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