If you have used earlier versions of Scratch, then all of your old projects will still be waiting for you when you log in! If you want to learn more details, go to their FAQ page. If you haven’t used Scratch, it is free and was created by MIT! It works on any mobile device or computer, and you can view your projects on a mobile phone, however, you won’t be able to create/edit on a phone.
Scratch has also updated their Creative Computing Curriculum Guide – giving you four “stations” to guide you through exploring this new version of Scratch. The guide is a “collection of activities, ideas, and strategies designed to support educators in exploring creating computing with their students.
Scratch is a wonderful way to have students learn to code, be creative (they can create games, animations, stories, music, etc) and meet many of the ISTE Standards for Students!