Learn to code with Scratch
This book produced by the team behind the Magpi magazine and the Raspberry Pi contains a series of projects suitable for students of all ages. It consists of 13 chapters which start off by introducing students to Scratch on the Raspberry Pi, it then builds up the complexity of the tasks chapter on chapter. A brief detour into using the GPIO pins on the Raspberry Pi occurs in chapters 7 and 8, but the rest of the book can be used on any computer with Scratch 1.4 installed (indeed most of the rest of the content could easily be adapted to run on Scratch 2.0).
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|Subject(s)||Computing, Programming and development|
|Published||2010 to date|