For Educators

Scratch is designed with learning and education in mind. A wide variety of educators have been supporting Scratch creators since 2007, in both formal and informal learning environments – K-12 classroom teachers, educational and computer science researchers, librarians, museum educators, and parents.

Want to learn more about learning with Scratch?
Check out the ScratchEd online community.

What is ScratchEd?

Launched in July 2009, ScratchEd is an online community where Scratch educators share stories, exchange resources, ask questions, and find people.

Since its launch, more than 7500 educators from all around the world have joined the community, sharing hundreds of resources and engaging in thousands of discussions.

Join the ScratchEd community for free at

How can I learn more about what educators are doing with Scratch – and how I might use it?

Not sure what might be possible with Scratch?

Read a story about how educators have been including Scratch activities in a wide range of learning environments.

Or explore resources across ages, disciplines, and settings. Watch webinars and review documents like the Scratch curriculum guide.

In addition to exploring the ScratchEd online community and its resources, you can engage with the ScratchEd Team and other Scratch educators via Twitter, Facebook, Edmodo, weekly roundups, and our quarterly newsletter.