Play with Scratch (not for Pi 5)

Scratch is a block-based visual programming language and website targeted primarily at children 8-16 as an educational tool for coding. Users of the site can create projects on the web using a block-like interface. The service is developed by the MIT Media Lab, has been translated into 70+ languages, and is used in most parts of the world.

Here you will learn to use Scratch 3 in Raspberry Pi and access Raspberry Pi GPIO with Scratch 3, which is not possible with online Scratch.


When programming with Scratch 3, you may need a screen for a better experience, refer to: Connect your Raspberry Pi. Of course, if you don’t have a screen, you can also access the Raspberry Pi desktop remotely, for a detailed tutorial please refer to Remote Desktop Access for Raspberry Pi.