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[[File:Scratch Card.png|thumb|240px|A '''Scratch Card'''.]]
 
[[File:Scratch Card.png|thumb|240px|A '''Scratch Card'''.]]
'''Scratch Cards''' are cards that are used to teach [[Scratchers]] how to program in [[Scratch]]. These cards are quite useful; instead of needing to have a computer to learn Scratch, users can quickly learn how to program in Scratch, no matter where they are. Scratch cards can also be used for reference. They were updated to [[Scratch 2.0]] with all-new cards on February 13, [[Timeline#2014|2014]].
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'''Scratch Cards''' are cards that are used to teach [[Scratchers]] how to program in [[Scratch]]. These cards do not require a computer to learn Scratch; users can quickly learn how to program in Scratch, no matter where they are. Scratch Cards can also be used for reference. They were updated to [[Scratch 2.0]] with all-new cards on February 13, [[Timeline#2014|2014]].
  
Because of their portability and simplicity, Scratch Cards are ideal to be used when Scratchers first start learning Scratch, and are great for Scratch clubs and classes.
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Because of their portability and simplicity, Scratch Card can be used when Scratchers first start learning Scratch, and can be used by Scratch clubs and classes.
  
 
== 2016 Cards ==
 
== 2016 Cards ==
 
[[File:2016 New Activity Cards.png|thumb|2016 Scratch card decks.]]
 
[[File:2016 New Activity Cards.png|thumb|2016 Scratch card decks.]]
At the 2016 [[What is the Scratch Conference?|Scratch Conference]], the [[Scratch Team]] announced plans to release 10 new packs of activity cards, totaling 75 cards in all. The activity packs are focused on certain interests, which includes but is not limited to animation, music, and dancing.<ref name="Scratch Conference @ MIT 2016">[[topic:232115|Scratch Conference @ MIT 2016]]</ref> They were released later in the year.
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At the 2016 [[What is the Scratch Conference?|Scratch Conference]], the [[Scratch Team]] announced plans to release 10 new packs of activity cards, totalling 75 cards in all. The activity packs are focused on certain interests, which includes but is not limited to animation, music, and dancing.<ref name="Scratch Conference @ MIT 2016">[[topic:232115|Scratch Conference @ MIT 2016]]</ref> They were released later in the year.
  
 
Professionally-printed card packs can be bought on the Scratch Foundation store.
 
Professionally-printed card packs can be bought on the Scratch Foundation store.

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A Scratch Card.

Scratch Cards are cards that are used to teach Scratchers how to program in Scratch. These cards do not require a computer to learn Scratch; users can quickly learn how to program in Scratch, no matter where they are. Scratch Cards can also be used for reference. They were updated to Scratch 2.0 with all-new cards on February 13, 2014.

Because of their portability and simplicity, Scratch Card can be used when Scratchers first start learning Scratch, and can be used by Scratch clubs and classes.

2016 Cards

2016 Scratch card decks.

At the 2016 Scratch Conference, the Scratch Team announced plans to release 10 new packs of activity cards, totalling 75 cards in all. The activity packs are focused on certain interests, which includes but is not limited to animation, music, and dancing.[1] They were released later in the year.

Professionally-printed card packs can be bought on the Scratch Foundation store.

See Also

External Links

References

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