Scratch is a programming language for children and teenagers. Graphical boxes have replaced all programming elements within this language. The language itself was invented and developed at MIT. The name is related to a scratching technique from turntables (mixing sounds). Scratch programs are event-driven with objects called sprites. Sprites can be either drawn or imported from external sources such as webcams.
Scratch can be used from a web interface. In addition to this, there is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) available, which can be installed on Banana Pro using this command:
sudo apt-get install scratch
On many distributions, Scratch is already preinstalled.
scratch command will start Scratch, as shown ...