- This article or section documents the current version of Scratch (version 3.0). For this article in Scratch 2.0, see Tips Page.
The Ideas Page helps Scratchers learn how to make a variety of projects on Scratch. Before Scratch 3.0, it was called the Tips Page, which was an updated version of the Help Page. It can be reached by clicking on the "Ideas" button on the navigation bar.
The Things to Try section is a list of project tutorials; clicking on one opens the Project Editor with a tutorial that guides the user step-by-step through the creation of the project. The projects created by following the tutorials are usually quite simple, but users are encouraged to expand on the result with their own ideas.At the bottom of the section there is a button labeled "See All Tutorials" that links to the Tutorial Library, another collection of Project Tutorials.
- Main article: Scratch Cards
A section titled "Get the Entire Collection of Coding Cards" introduces Activity Cards or Scratch Cards, which are for "learning to create interactive games, stories, music, animations, and more." The section also includes a link to download a PDF for all the cards or purchase the printed set.
- Main article: Starter Projects
At the very bottom of the page, there are links to other parts of the Scratch website, as follows: