Scratch comes from MIT, and its focused on getting kids from age 8 to 16 interested in coding. Kids can program games, animations and interactive stories that they can share with others in the Scratch community. It’s not limited to ages 8 to 16, either, as its website points out. Anyone can try out Scratch for a fun and easy lesson in coding. It’s available in more than 150 countries and has received funding from numerous companies including the National Science Foundation, Google, Dell and the LEGO Foundation. There is even a special section dedicated to educators called ScratchEd, which supplies teachers with resources to introduce coding in the classroom.