We aim to make MicroBlocks the most intuitive, fun, and engaging tool for physical computing imaginable, and to create a global community of learners and educators around it.



Global Partnerships and Outreach

Educational Materials

MicroBlocks and Snap!




MicroBlocks Ambassadors help us spread the word about MicroBlocks. They reach out to makers, educators, parents, librarians, museums -- anyone interested in learning about physical computing -- to let them know how easy, fun, and engaging MicroBlocks is. Once someone is interested, MicroBlocks Ambassadors can help them get started, find resources such as Activity Cards, and share ideas with others.


We would like to thank the following people for their contributions to MicroBlocks:

The MicroBlocks IDE includes the following packages and libraries:

Did we forget to mention you or your software? Sorry about that! Please let us know and we'll right the wrong!


MicroBlocks is a not-for-profit project under the fiscal sponsorship of the Software Freedom Conservancy, a 501(c)(3) non-profit.

MicroBlocks can accept tax-deductible donations, grants, and sponsorships from individuals and organizations. If you find MicroBlocks useful, we invite you or your organization to contribute.

You can use the Donate button at the bottom of the page or click here to make a small personal donation to the project via PayPal or credit card.

If you would like to make a larger donation via wire transfer or sponsor this project in some other way, please contact the Software Freedom Conservancy at supporters@tix.sfconservancy.org. Be sure to mention that you want your donation to go to the MicroBlocks project.

Thank you. Every little bit helps!


MicroBlocks is currently collaborating with the following organizations, projects and companies:


For bug reports or feature requests, please use our issue tracker at BitBucket.

For anything else, you can reach us at interest@microblocks.fun.