Here's How – Going Global
Scratch is designed to help young people develop 21st century learning skills that will be critical to success in the future:
- Thinking and collaborating creatively, and communicating clearly
- Analyzing systematically
- Using technologies fluently
- Collaborating effectively
- Designing iteratively
Although intended for a target audience of 8 to 16-year-olds, younger children can work on Scratch projects with their parents or older siblings, and college students often use Scratch in some introductory computer science classes.