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Raspberry Pi Projects for Kids - Second Edition by Daniel Bates

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Chapter 2. Animating with Scratch

In this chapter, we're going to use a programming language called Scratch to create a simple animation. Along the way, we'll visit many of the main concepts of programming languages, so if you understand everything that you learn in this chapter, you will be well equipped to start writing programs of your own.

Scratch

In this chapter, we will use Scratch to create our animation. Scratch is a programming language that has been specially designed so that you can make animations and games with ease. Version 1.4 of Scratch is pre-installed with the Raspbian OS but is also available on other computers. You can download it from http://scratch.mit.edu/ if you ever want to run your programs away from your Raspberry Pi. ...

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