Scratch is a programming language for kids. It was created by MIT University so that children can learn how to code starting at a young age. Students as young as 5, and as old as 18, can choose to learn Scratch. It allows students to create games, music videos, and stories!
By using Scratch to create projects, coding classes for Scratch teach students the fundamental skills necessary to be a great coder. The knowledge learned by becoming a good Scratch coder continues to be useful even when students choose to learn other coding languages. Loops, logic statements, and all sorts of advanced artificial intelligence coding can be done with Scratch. Scratch can be learned online or in-person through Code With Us live coding classes. Schedule a trial class to learn more!