Scratch and Scratch, Jr. are an intuitive way for kids to learn how to code. Using simple action blocks and trial and error, kids learn that the way the blocks are arranged and customized determines what their animation will look like in the end.
Kids today click, swipe, hover, and drag-and-drop. They've learnt to "play" until they figure things out. How accessible and intuitive are these kid-friendly coding platforms? Let's examine three areas.