Coding is hard. Just looking at the image above gives me a headache. However, computers grow more and more important every year, and coding will certainly help earn people excellent jobs. So how can you learn coding without going through all of this nonsense? Introducing one of MIT's greatest creations, Scratch. Scratch is one of the world's easiest coding languages, so easy that a child can learn it, and to an extent, that is one of the main points. Scratch is a great way to introduce children to the basics of coding. In fact, unlike other "coding for kids" coding languages consisting of physical things, amazing projects can be made by those experienced with code. To begin, just go to scratch.mit.edu and sign up. There is an entire community surrounding it, and they will help you with any problems you have. The fact that it is free is not the best part. The best part is that you're having fun while actually learning how to code, which can be more applicable to more practical coding languages such as Java, Python, or C++. If you go on Scratch, please join our group, "FMS Scratch Club". Happy coding!