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CodeHS Elementary: Sharing Scratch and ScratchJr Projects
CodeHS Elementary: Sharing Scratch and ScratchJr Projects

Learn about sharing Scratch and ScratchJr Projects on CodeHS

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Written by Sara Jenis
Updated over a week ago
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Whenever your students create an original Scratch or ScratchJr Project in the Playground, they have the option to share their creations.

To Share a Scratch or ScratchJr Project

  1. Navigate to the Playground via the left Navigation bar in the Elementary Portal

    Students will be automatically taken to their Playground when they log on to their CodeHS account.

  2. Click on the three dots located at the lower right corner of the Project’s thumbnail photo > click Share

  3. Click the green Copy button to copy the URL

  4. Paste the URL wherever you desire!

    .gif of navigating to the Playground, hovering over the three dots, then clicking the share link.

If anyone goes to the shared link, the shared program would look something like this. With shared projects, anyone can run the program but only the project owner will be able to save the edits that were made.

.gif of a Scratch program running

Note: Students are only able to share open-ended projects; they will not be able to share assigned projects or lessons.

Still have questions? Contact our team at to learn more!

CodeHS Elementary Curriculum is included with an Elementary License. If you believe you should have access to the Elementary Portal, please reach out to your Customer Success Manager or send an email to

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