Scratch 1.4: Beginner’s Guide
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About This Book
- Create interactive stories, games, and multimedia projects that you can reuse in your own classroom
- Learn computer programming basics – no computer science degree required
- Connect with the Scratch community for inspiration, advice, and collaboration
- Provides hands-on projects that help you learn by experiment and play
Who This Book Is For
Scratch is a teaching language, so it's ideal for people who want to learn how to program or teach others how to program. Educators and parents will learn how to program using Scratch, so they can use Scratch to teach the latest learning skills to their students and children.
No previous computer programming knowledge is required. You only need to know how to perform basic tasks on a computer and this book will teach the rest. You can then use it as a platform to learn more advanced programming languages.
Parents, stuck with a child who wants to play video games all night? Make a new rule. He can only play a video game if he programs the game first.