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Scratch blocks 3

Scratch Vocabulary terms for Blocks

TermDefinition
Control block One of the ten categories of Scratch blocks. They are color-coded gold, and are used to control scripts.
Motion block One of the ten categories of Scratch blocks. They are color-coded darker blue, and are used to control a sprite's movement.
Looks block One of the ten categories of Scratch blocks. They are color-coded purple, and are used to control a sprite's appearance.
Data block One of the ten categories of Scratch block color coded-orange where variables and lists are created for storing and accessing information.
Sensing block One of the ten categories of Scratch blocks They are color-coded light blue and have built-in commands that check for user input or sprite interactions.
Events block One of the ten categories of Scratch block color coded-brown. They are the start of event handling - responding to events triggered by the user or another part of the program.
Operators block One of the ten categories of Scratch block color coded-green that contain mathematical boolean or logical comparisons used in conditional statements.
Sound block One of the ten categories of Scratch block color-coded magenta and contains audio file and effects that can be played in a Scratch project.
Created by: shmaguy