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PicoBoard blocks (formerly known as Sensor Board blocks) was a subcategory of the More Blocks category in Scratch 2.0, containing blocks for use with the PicoBoard. They were color-coded dark gray. Some of these blocks were in the Sensing palette prior to Scratch 2.0.

There were 4 PicoBoard blocks: 2 Hat blocks, 1 Boolean block, and 1 Reporter block. Alongside Operators Blocks, it did not contain any Stack Blocks.

Showing the PicoBoard blocks

The "Add an Extension" button.

The PicoBoard blocks were not visible by default. To have made them visible, it would be needed to have clicked the More Blocks category and clicked the "Add an Extension" button which appeared. Once done, the PicoBoard blocks could be found below the custom blocks in the More Blocks tab. They could be hidden by clicking "Remove extension blocks" on the PicoBoard blocks drop-down menu.

These blocks could only be used with a PicoBoard, but could still be viewed without one.


Warning Note: Click on a block to visit its individual wiki page.

Scratch 2.0 had the following 2 PicoBoard Hat blocks:

Scratch 2.0 had the following 1 PicoBoard Boolean block:

Scratch 2.0 had the following 1 PicoBoard Reporter block: