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!
Scratch is great for coding! Scratch is a free helpful tool, developed by the MIT Media Lab, for learning how to code. It is a visual block-based programming language that is designed to be easy to use and understand, especially for beginners.
In this guide, we will learn how to make a virtual pet in Scratch that will react when you pet it and will eat food. After following this guide, you will have a great program that you can continue to work on and customize to make your own.
One of the coolest features of Scratch is its ability to play sounds from a vast sound library. To take a dive into this functionality, in this tutorial, we will be learning how to make a keyboard-controlled piano in Scratch that can play the song “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star.”
As winter approaches, you may find yourself in the mood to create winter-themed projects in Scratch. But, of course, no winter project would be complete without falling snow! In this tutorial, we will show you how to create falling snow in Scratch that will spice up any project. Let’s get coding!
Find out the main types of loops, learn some general tips for writing loops, and go through some examples.
Our list below of ten winter coding activities is the perfect way to improve your coding skills while getting ready for the winter months ahead.
Want to make really cool, creative Scratch games? Need some ideas? Today we’ll explore some of Griffpatch’s Scratch projects from a platformer where you have to eat all the right fish to a challenging Mario-style game with checkpoints!
Today we will reveal how Scratch coding works and why it’s so popular, as well as provides project ideas so you can get started learning right away!
Today we’ll share some popular Scratch games to provide inspiration about what to make next.