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Programming with Scratch Cross-curricular exploration and computational thinking
Programming with Scratch
Cross-curricular exploration and computational thinking
Preparing for the workshop:
You should be able to use Scratch without any changes to your computer. To use the Scratch website, you can use any browser that has Flash enabled. No additional software installation is required.
The Scratch website is:
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