Create a Project Together
New to Scratch? Start by creating a project together. Check out our Ideas page for tutorials, activity guides, and more tips to get you started.
Join the Scratch Community
Kids can join the Scratch Community to connect and share their projects with a safe and friendly global community. Click Join Scratch for a free account, or visit our Parents & Guardians page for more information.
More Project Inspiration from Raspberry Pi
Created by our friends at Raspberry Pi, Look After Yourself engages kids in creating a variety of projects focused on self-care and emotional health. These guided activities are packed with tools to de-stress during this very different looking school year.
Getting Started with Scratch
New to teaching with Scratch? The Getting Started with Scratch guide covers the basics: from dragging out your first blocks of code to creating your own sprites. It also includes links to our tutorials, coding cards, and other tips to get you and your learners creating in Scratch.
Create a Teacher Account
If you’d like to manage student accounts, consider setting up a Scratch Teacher Account. The Scratch Teacher Account guide includes support for account set up, class creation, password tips, and making teacher studios where students can share their Scratch projects with you and their peers.
Create a Scratch Studio for your class
Studios are curated collections of Scratch projects. They can be an effective way to organize student work by class or theme as well as track when projects are added.
Scratch Educator page
Looking for more teaching resources? The Scratch Educator page offers a variety of resources to support creative coding from beginner to more advanced learners.
“Imagine a World Facilitation Guide” for Hour of Code
CSEdWeek is right around the corner! Check out our latest Hour of Code facilitation guide, based on the “Imagine a World” Scratch tutorial. The guide is designed to support either remote or in-person creative coding workshops with your learners.
Virtual Family Creative Coding Night Guide
Virtual Family Creative Coding Nights bring young people, families, educators, and administrators together online to create and explore using Scratch. The Scratch team collaborated with the Office of Computer Science at Chicago Public Schools to develop and share this guide as a remixable resource for running your own version of the event.
Tips for Teaching with Scratch Remotely from CS First
Created by our friends at CS First, this guide shares tips for remote learning, along with links to a variety of CS First curriculum and resources supporting 4th to 8th grade students in exploring computer science with Scratch.