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About Scratch Junior Creative Computing
A 25-30 hour course in which students explore computer science concepts through unplugged (hands-on, screens-off) activities and design, create, and code their own interactive projects using ScratchJr, an MIT-created visual block-based language for pre-literate students.
This course can also be implemented into stand-alone technology blocks or math, social studies, science, visual art, or language blocks.
Target: K-2 students, English Language Learners, or students with reading disabilities
Mouse is a national nonprofit that empowers all youth and educators to engage with computer science and creative technology to solve real problems and make meaningful change in our world. Visit mouse.org to learn more.