If you’re heading to NCCE this year, I hope to see you there. I’m leading a Scratch workshop Wednesday morning, so whether you’re there with me or not, I’d like to share some great Scratch resources with you.
- ScratchEd | scratched.media.mit.edu – A resource rich directory of Scratch lessons, tools, and ideas. Definitely the first place to go when looking to bring Scratch into your classroom.
- Scratch Wiki | wiki.scratch.mit.edu/wiki - A wealth of documentation and tutorials. When a students asks a question I can’t answer, we head straight to the wiki.
- Scratch Forums | scratch.mit.edu/discuss – When you can’t find the answers anywhere else, head to the forums and ask the experts.
- Scratch Cards | scratch.mit.edu/help/cards - Printable flash cards for basic Scratch concepts
- Scratch Resources | resources.scratchr.org – General Scratch resources.
- Getting Started Guide | A brief and color PDF that walks you through creating a simple animation.
- Video Tutorials - These videos are quick and simple, great for visual learners.
- Curriculum Guide – A comprehensive curriculum to teach computational thinking through Scratch.
- Creative Computing Class – 6 week online course for educators.
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