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Home Education Intro to coding with Scratch

Intro to coding with Scratch

STEAM Fair 2020 Activity

Thanks to Pongos Learning Lab

Interested in learn how to code? Chrissy Rey from Pongos Learning Lab gives us a little intro. We will use Scratch to create a simple animation with code.

What you need:

  • A computer with Internet access

Video:

How does it work?

Scratch is a simple tool for kids, ages 8+, to learn how to code. It uses drag-and-drop coding blocks, which students can use to create animations, stories, games, and more.

What’s Next?

After you learn the basics, watch some online Scratch tutorials to expand your knowledge, and create more complex animations and games.

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