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Specifically: Outdated by Scratch 3.0 release.
Scratch support materials are guides to help Scratchers learn Scratch.
The current materials are the Scratch Activity Cards.
|Warning:||The next version of Scratch (3.0) will be coming out in January 2019. We are also working on new versions of the activity cards. There will be substantial changes to several activities in addition to updating images to show the new blocks. Please do not start translating the Scratch 2.0 cards. Versions of the cards for 3.0 will be added to the resources server starting in September 2018 as they are ready.|
The sources for the cards are available on the Scratch resources server. There are Adobe Indesign versions for anyone that has access to InDesign. For people that don't have access to InDesign, there are PowerPoint versions. Only one format needs to be translated - the content is identical. How to Translate Scratch explains how translations to Scratch support materials can be contributed.
Older Scratch Support Materials in Other Languages
|Language||Getting Started Guide||Scratch Cards||Reference Guide||Help Screen||One Page Handouts||Other Resources|
|English Original Files||[Getting Started 1.4 InDesign files]||Scratch Cards Illustrator files v. 1.4|
|SG ar.pdf||RG13.pdf||شاشات المساعدة للغة سكراتش||Creating ar.pdf|
|Guia de Inicio 1.2||Scratch Cards 1.4 (.zip)||Yes|
|Scratch 1.4 Getting Started Guide (PDF)|
|Scratch 1.3 Getting Started Guide (PDF)||Media:PG 14 ru.pdf||Russian Wiki|