Teach Scratch Programming with Open Source Books

Posted by sde on Apr 1, 2017 12:22 PM EDT
OSSBlog.org; By Steve Emms
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Scratch has received many plaudits as an ideal way to introduce kids to computer programming and computational thinking. It’s a fantastic beginner’s language. Scratch is often used to make games, interactive stories, and animations, but it can be used for any purpose. The language helps students to think creatively, reason logically, and work together.

Scratch is released under an open source license. The recommended texts in this article are also similarly licensed.

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scratch 2 requires flash - use scratch 1.4 instead mbaehrlxer 0 552 Apr 1, 2017 12:51 PM

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