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didn't notice until now. a lot of apps can trigger the analytical thinking these days. i have nephews and nieces that like to spend time watching cartoons over tablets but there are also some who have a flavor for analytical problem solving. if she's that kind, it wouldn't be too hard to put her on track.
The Code Club that I help run is usually for 9-11 year-olds, but we have had one (barely) 8 year old join and she is doing really well.
Last Summer (2016) I worked with my then 8-year-old grandson going through a tutorial workbook on Scratch. He picked up enough to do some work with Scratch on his own. As a result of that experience, I would put the lower limit for a typical kid learning Scratch in the 6 to 7 range.
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