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Scratch Jr Lessons
Teachers can use the cards in group task to enable students to learn how to use Scratch Jr. Students should start from Card 1 at every year level to refresh their knowledge of the basics of the programme.
Scratch is a free educational programming language that was developed by the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Users program in Scratch by dragging blocks from the block palette and attaching them to other blocks like a jigsaw puzzle. Structures of multiple blocks are called scripts. This method of programming (building code with blocks) is referred to as "drag-and-drop programming".
Scratch 2.0 is the second major version of Scratch. It features a completely rewritten editor and website, with brand new designs for each. It is an online portal.
Before undertaking any Scratch Lessons, complete this basics course.
Basic Scratch Projects
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