As you would know Scratch 3 was launched on the 2nd of Feb 2019 after being in Beta for almost a year. We are really excited to be working with Scratch 3 and have started introducing our kids at the code club to Scratch 3.
Over the last few weeks we have been updating each of the Scratch development tracks at KidzCanCode. With the migration from Scratch 2 to Scratch 3 each of the development tracks needed to be updated to link to the new tutorials. Wherever possible we have linked each of the tutorials across the various development tracks to both the Scratch 2 version and the Scratch 3 version of the tutorial. In some cases there are only Scratch 2 or Scratch 3 versions of the tutorial available and that’s reflected in the updated links across the various tutorials.
Learn to code, develop interactive games with Scratch 3
In total we have around 7 development tracks with heaps of tutorials based on Scratch. Most of these tutorials are hosted at the Raspberry Pi foundation website (previously hosted at the CodeClub International Projects website). Some of them link to other websites. So if you are looking to follow a coding path based on Scratch then here’s how it would work out.
- Introduction to Coding Concepts with Scratch 3 – Track I OR Introduction to Coding Concepts With Scratch (Scratch 2 Only) – Track I
- Introduction to Coding Concepts With Scratch – Track II
- Advanced Coding Concepts With Scratch – Track I
- Advanced Coding Concepts With Scratch – Track II
- Exploring Scratch 3 with the BBC micro:bit – Track I
All of our development tracks at KidzCanCode are 100% free for you to access. Our development tracks are aimed at kids of all ages with a special focus on STEM learning between 7-17. At KidzCanCode we provide learning that covers different aspects of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) with a special focus on coding, electronics, robotics, 3D modelling. We have put together ~45+ development tracks with 500+ tutorials over the last year and will be adding to that in the coming months, years. So if you are interested in starting your STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) learning journey, what wait…..get started now!!!! Head over to learning.kidzcancode.com and dive into the coding, robotics, electronics tutorials there.
Hopefully you have enjoyed the post. If you have any questions, comments or suggestions for future tutorials drop us a note at – learning at hack2 dot live.
KidzCanCode – At KidzCanCode.com we offer FREE access to various STEM (Science, Engineering, Technology, Math) development courses at KidzCanCode.com . At KidzCanCode.com you will find courses on Scratch, BBC Micro:Bit, Raspberry Pi, Robotics and Electronics.