Scratch is a free resource provided by MIT with the support of donors. This website aims to help kids with coding by getting them to think creatively and make coding a fun task to do. They accomplish this through a number of games and projects which can be completed on their website. Scratch also provides resources for parents and teachers to support their own coding lessons in the classroom and at home.
Scratch.mit.edu is a very popular and awesome websites for teaching students to code, which is pretty safe and legit to use. However, the rules are strict and a lot of scratchers are blocked or banned. Please give them a chance so that they can be a nice scratch.
I love Scratch! It's such a fun website with so many cool features - teaching kids how to code, comments, studios, and most important: the community. Recently the community has been flooded with rude kids stealing projects, advertising for more likes, and bothering others. They're so fame-hungry, some of them report hard-worked projects and the projects are instantly unshared and put up for review if enough people report it. This method is horrible, and it caused lots of people to leave. This isn't directly the Scratch Team's fault, but I hope they make the system better. ~Student cc
when i was a teenager i used to love playing scratch and making games all the time and now again thankfully i am suprised this does not need coding! and keep up the good work!
It's not terrible it's just two reasons:1. The reporting system is very bad, like Deviantart, if a post receives a certain number of reports, it will be deleted.2. It's filled with little toxic kids who are rude for no reason if someone tries to say anything bad about Scratch.Oh and the coding is decent. Two stars
great app for teaching children how to learn
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