Scratch Programming for Kids

Animations, Games, Music, and so much more!

What is Scratch Programming?

Scratch is an exceptional programming language tailored for kids, whether they’re beginners or coding enthusiasts. As a user-friendly, block-based programming platform, Scratch empowers kids to effortlessly drag and stack code blocks, eliminating the need for text typing.

The skills acquired from Scratch are a strong foundation in tech careers such as software development, programming, game development, or educational technology. Scratch is designed for kids between 8 and 16 years old; however, younger kids and adults also use Scratch to create animations, build games, create music, and so much more!

Want your child to start learning how to code using Scratch?

Assess your child’s coding skills with our placement test to determine the ideal start point.

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Scratch courses on earlySTEMer

earlySTEMer is Nigeria’s #1 Online Coding School for kids where they can learn how to code, including Scratch programming.

Penalty shoot game in Scratch

Introduction to Coding using Scratch

In this course, kids will learn the basics of Scratch and use it to create animations, stories, games, and music!​

Intermediate lessons in Scratch

In this course, kids will learn about more complex programming concepts in Scratch.
Brick breaker game in Scratch
Flappy bird game in Scratch

Advanced Scratch I: Flappy Bird

In this course, kids will learn advanced concepts in Scratch by working on a Flappy Bird game.

Advanced Scratch II: Platformer Game

In this course, kids will learn advanced concepts in Scratch by creating a platformer game such as the popular Super Mario game.
Platformer game in Scratch
Maths quiz in Scratch

Solving a real-world problem using Scratch

In this course, kids will learn how to identify real-world problems, propose solutions for these problems, and then develop their own solution to an identified problem using Scratch.

Start Learning Scratch Now!

Register your child for a self-paced learning plan or instructor-led class so that they can start programming in Scratch.

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