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Getting started with Scratch

Getting started with Scratch on Raspberry Pi

Scratch is a visual programming tool which allows the user to create animations and games with a drag-and-drop interface. It allows you to create your own computer games, interactive stories, and animations using some programming techniques without actually having to write code. It’s a great way to get started programming on the Raspberry Pi with young people. To find out more about Scratch, visit the website at scratch.mit.edu or see the Computing At School Raspberry Pi Education Manual.

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Getting Started with Scratch by the Raspberry Pi Foundation is licenced under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Based on a work at https://github.com/raspberrypilearning/getting-started-with-scratch

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