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The button on the Front Page that links to the tips page

The Tips Page helps Scratchers learn how to make a variety of projects on Scratch. It is an updated version of the Help Page. It can be reached by clicking on the "Tips" button on the navigation bar.

Things to Try

The Things to Try section is a list of project tutorials that will all link to the Scratch Project Editor when clicked. When accessing the project editor, a tutorial is brought up that will bring you through each section step by step, with some example and videos. The projects created by following the tutorials are usually quite simple, but each tutorial encourages people to improve upon the result with their own ideas.
The "Make It Fly" tutorial as seen on the Tips page.

The tutorials shown are as follows (in order of appearance):

Activity Cards

On the Tips page, there is a section about "Activity Cards", also known as Scratch Cards. These are cards that allow you to "learn to create interactive games, stories, music, animations, and more." This section includes a link to download a PDF for all the cards or purchase the printed set.

Starter Projects

On the Tips page, there is a section covering Starter Projects, or the projects created by the Scratch Team account. These projects are there to help Scratchers "get ideas for making [their] own projects."

The Tips Page in the Scratch Design Studio

In August of 2017, a new Scratch Design Studio was created to promote the Tips page - Things to Try. This studio invites users to create a project using the Tips page.

Tips on the Front Page

From December 1, 2017, to December 7, 2017, a large banner was displayed at the top of the Front Page which displayed an animated Scratch name. It also featured a button that said "Animate a name" which would take users to the Scratch Editor that has the tips bar within the interface opened up for you. A second banner was displayed underneath the Featured Studios section, replacing the curator row. This banner contained extra tutorials, including (in order of appearance):

Other Links

At the very bottom of the page, there are links to other parts of the Scratch website, as follows: