Scratch Day is a worldwide network of gatherings, where people come together to meet other Scratchers, share projects and experiences, and learn more about Scratch. We hope that you'll be able to attend an event near you (explore the map at http://day.scratch.mit.edu) -- or that you'll celebrate Scratch Day and Scratch's fifth birthday with others in the online community.
As a part of Scratch Day celebrations around the world, the current prototype of Scratch 2.0 will be publicly available from May 17 through May 21 -- and you can check out some of the new features in this preview video.
Just visit alpha.scratch.mit.edu between May 17 and May 21 to explore the current version of the prototype and give feedback about your experiences!
Happy Scratch Day!
Karen, on behalf of the MIT Scratch Team and Scratch Day Team
Love the new programming ideas.
Hate the new online ideas.
Ohmai. There is going to be so much butthurt when someone's hard work gets stolen in one single swoop.