How To Share A Project On Scratch

This is a procedure to show how to share a project on scratch. Before we begin, what is scratch for.

In today’s world, it is very important to have the ability to code computer programs. There are many programming languages available e.g. Java, C++, Python etc. but these are very high-level programming languages and might be difficult to learn at an early age but there are few languages e.g. Scratch which is specially designed for younger students. When people learn to code in Scratch, they learn important strategies for solving problems, designing projects, and communicating ideas. In this post, I am going to explain what is Scratch and step by step guide of creating a new account in Scratch.

What is Scratch and How To Share a Project On Scratch

Scratch is a project of the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab and it is free to use. Millions of people around the world creating Scratch projects in a wide variety of settings, including homes, schools, museums, libraries, and community centres. It is relevant to future coding techniques and is extremely reliable to use. You are able to share your programs with people all around the world, and you are able to view other people’s programs to gain ideas from them. You can share and like other games as well as remixing them.

This is a procedure to show you how to share your project, so others could like, love and comment on your project. At the end of this procedure, you will have a game which is shared on scratch.

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You can also write the instruction for the game.

When you are ready to share your project with others, click the “Share” button at the top of the screen. Tip: You’ll need to sign up for a Scratch account to share your project online. To add notes and credits, click:

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You will receive messages about your project.

Trushil Shah

Author: Trushil Shah

My name is Trushil Shah and I am 10 years old. I live in Australia, a multicultural country. I have a little sister. Here are many things I like to do, to see, and to experience. I like to play sports, study, do technology experiencing, go out into the world, read, write, see the lunar eclipses by a glimpse, share time with my family, code in scratch and most of all have fun. I like flowers in spring, rain in summer, leaves in autumn, and snow in winter. I want to be a doctor or engineer when I grow up. I like many different types of food. My favourite subject of all is Maths. I am always trying to do my best. Whatever I do I want to do best.

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