Scratch Camps are created by Scratch Team Members. Here is a list of camps that were made by the Scratch Team.
- Main article: Collab Camp
|“||Join us at the MIT Media Lab for a Collab Camp Meetup. At this free meetup, open to all Scratchers and parents participating in the Collab Camp, you can:
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The theme for the 2012 Collab Camp was Music Mashups, announced on February 8, 2012. The collab groups had to share their initial drafts by March 11, and the final version March 31.
Creative Characters Camp
- Main article: Creative Characters Camp
Creative Characters Camp was an official event on the Scratch Website, and the third collaboration event on Scratch, after Collab Challenge and Collab Camp. The goal was for Scratchers to create sprites for other Scratchers to use in their projects. The objective of the camp was to get Scratchers to collaborate and create reusable sprites for others. The camp ran from July 7, 2014 through July 28, 2014. On July 13, 2015, a sequel to this camp was launched, named the Mix and Match Camp.
Once the project with sprites is created, it was added to the Camp Cabin studio. From there, other users provided feedback for improving each entry.
During the final stage of the competition, participants pasted a link to their project in the Final Projects studio and one of the camp counselors added it.
The camp included four counselors who assisted users. They are:
Scratch Mentors and members of the Scratch Team also helped with the camp.
Mix and Match Camp
- Main article: Mix and Match Camp
Mix and Match Camp (abbreviated MaMC) was a sequel to 2014's Creative Characters Camp, which was held by scmb1. Mix and Match Camp Scratch Team hosts included, Ceebee, Haddadi, Paddle2See and Speakvisually.
The main objective to this camp was to make sprites for the Scratch Community, then use sprites by other Scratchers in a project. During the first week of camp, Scratchers made the sprites, which include included a key, and a scientist. Participants also needed to create a backdrop that depicts a festival, though they did not have to make all three. In the second week, camp participants had to choose sprites, and backdrops by other Scratchers, and create a new project of any type using them. Participants also had to incorporate a special
This camp had six counselors who helped users, added projects to studios, and answer questions. They were: