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Scratch Month was an extended celebration of Scratch Scratch Day, taking place in May 2020, when Scratch turned 13.

The event was likely a replacement to Scratch Day events, which were unable to take place because of the global coronavirus pandemic.

Themes

Each week, the Scratch Team shared several studios, which were featured on the home page. Users were invited to create projects based upon the themes.

Week 1

Recycling Bin Crafts: Make fun things out of stuff you find in your recycling bin!

Share the Love: Let’s get together and share the love! It’s a great time to remind someone how much you care about them.

Avatar Creators: Who doesn’t love making personalized avatars? Make an avatar creator for other people to play!

Week 2

How Do You Peace Out?: Design projects that help you and others feel calmer.

Interview Anything: Try interviewing something, like a piece of play-doh, a penny, a plant, a pet, or even a person.

Spiraling Sprite Art: Create mesmerizing kaleidoscopic animations from a single sprite!

Week 3

Boredom Busters: Projects that make life easier… or more fun… or more weird.

20-Second Hand-Washing Jingles: Share a 20-second activity you can do to make sure you’re washing your hands for long enough!

Week 4

Celebrate: Scratch turns 13 this month! In the final week of Scratch Month, create a project and celebrate Scratch in your own way!

Chain Reaction: Make a real or imaginary ball travel from one place to the next. How will it move? Where will it go next?

See Also

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