With so many types of languages in existence, you may be wondering- what type of coding is Scratch? Interestingly, Scratch doesn’t fall into any of the previously mentioned categories, and this article explains why.
Today we will cover five beginner Scratch challenges that include more sophisticated concepts such as loops, variables, and Scratch extensions. Read on to find fun challenges including a translator and a story-based game!
With so many students using the tool, you may be wondering: what grade level is Scratch for? There are a few different points to consider when answering this question, which will be elaborated on below.
We’ve compiled some fun Scratch exercises for kids that will help them to master Scratch and be equipped to tackle more advanced projects in the future. Read on to find fun challenges that involve flying, changing colors, noises, and more!
Wouldn’t it be great if you could create a virtual message generator to send messages to your friends online? In this Scratch Valentine's Day project tutorial, we will show you how to do just that by creating a Candy Heart Message Generator in Scratch.
To code on Scratch you drag and drop blocks to place them together to make your program. Today we'll reveal more about how you program on Scratch, categories of Scratch blocks to use, and basics steps for getting started. Plus, we'll share some fun beginner projects!