Scratch contains a lot of sprites in its sprite library. Many users choose to take their sprites from there, instead of uploading, creating their own, or taking them using the backpack. Sprites can be both vector or bitmap and some have multiple costumes that can be switched between. Like all sprites, they can be edited according to the user's wishes.

The sprite library, displaying all of the sprites available.
Note Note: Different versions of Scratch, such as Scratch 1.4 and Scratch 2.0 contain different sprite library sprites. This article documents the sprites featured in the current version of Scratch, Scratch 3.0.
Selecting the magnifying glass, or simply clikcing the cat button, will open the sprite library.

Animals

The section "Animals" has various species of animals, imaginary or not, in different kinds of art. Some of this sections' animals are also added in the People and Fantasy section.

Note Note: Human beings do not count as animals.
  • Bat
  • Bear
  • Bear-walking
  • Beetle
  • Butterfly 1
  • Butterfly 2
  • Cat (Scratch Cat)
  • Cat 2
  • Cat Flying (a flying version of Scratch Cat)
  • Chick
  • Crab
  • Dinosaur1
  • Dinosaur2
  • Dinosaur3
  • Dinosaur4
  • Dinosaur5
  • Dog1
  • Dog2
  • Dot
  • Dove
  • Dragon
  • Dragonfly
  • Duck
  • Elephant
  • Fish
  • Fishbowl
  • Fox
  • Frog
  • Frog 2
  • Giraffe
  • Grasshopper
  • Griffin
  • Hare
  • Hatchling
  • Hedgehog
  • Hen
  • Hippo (which also has wings)
  • Horse
  • Jellyfish
  • Ladybug 1
  • Ladybug 2
  • Lion
  • Llama
  • Monkey
  • Mouse1 (It is called Mouse1 while there is no Mouse2 in the sprite library)
  • Neigh Pony (an sprite made by the Scratch Team for April Fools' 2012)
  • Octopus
  • Owl
  • Panther
  • Parrot
  • Penguin
  • Penguin 2
  • Polar Bear
  • Pufferfish
  • Puppy
  • Rabbit
  • Reindeer
  • Rooster
  • Shark
  • Shark 2
  • Snake
  • Squirrel
  • Starfish
  • Toucan
  • Unicorn
  • Unicorn 2
  • Unicorn running (a running version of Unicorn)
  • Wizard-toad
  • Zebra

People

This section contains humans of all genders and ages, in various poses. It also contains humanoid imaginary species and the Wizard-toad. The humanoid imaginary species are added in the Fantasy section, some sprites showing dance are added in the Dance section, a sprite called Singer is added in the Music section, a sprite called Harper is added in the Fashion section and the Wizard-toad is added in the Animals section.

  • Abby
  • Among
  • Andy
  • Anima Dance
  • Avery
  • Avery Walking (a walking version of Avery)
  • Ballerina
  • Batter
  • Ben
  • Calvrett
  • Casey
  • Cassy Dance
  • Catcher
  • Centaur
  • Champ99
  • Characters 1
  • Characters 2
  • D-Money Dance
  • Dan
  • Dani
  • Dee
  • Devin
  • Diver1
  • Diver2
  • Dorian
  • Elf
  • Fairy
  • Football
  • Frank
  • Hannah
  • Harper
  • Jaime
  • Jamal
  • Jordyn
  • Jouvi Dance
  • Kai
  • Kia
  • Kiran
  • Knight
  • LB Dance
  • Luca
  • Marian
  • Max
  • Mermaid
  • Monet
  • Noor
  • Outfielder
  • Pitcher
  • Prince
  • Princess
  • Ripley
  • Ruby
  • Sam
  • Sasha
  • Singer1
  • Tatiana
  • Taylor
  • Ten80 Dance
  • Trisha
  • Wanda
  • Witch
  • Wizard
  • Wizard Girl
  • Wizard-toad

Fantasy

The fantasy section contains magical/fantastical creatures and people, as well as some objects commonly associated with fantasy stories.

  • Bat
  • Broom
  • Centaur
  • Crystal
  • Dragon
  • Elf
  • Fairy
  • Frank
  • Ghost
  • Giga
  • Giga Walking
  • Goblin
  • Gobo
  • Griffin
  • Hippo1 (also found in Animals)
  • Key
  • Lightning
  • Magic Wand
  • Mermaid
  • Nano
  • Neigh Pony (also found in Animals)
  • Pico
  • Pico Walking
  • Potion
  • Prince
  • Princess
  • Skeleton
  • Snowman
  • Tera
  • Unicorn
  • Unicorn 2
  • Unicorn Running (for the first unicorn)
  • Wand
  • Witch
  • Wizard
  • Wizard Girl
  • Wizard Hat
  • Wizard-toad

Dance

The dance section contains people in various dance poses. Many of these sprites have multiple costumes showing different dance poses, with the exception of Amon. This is also the smallest category, containing just 9 sprites. All of these can also be found in the "people" category.

  • Amon (this is the only sprite in the dance cateogry that does not have multiple costumes.)
  • Anina Dance
  • Ballerina (unlike the other sprites in the dance category, which are photographs of real people, this is the only sprite that is a vector graphic.)
  • Cassy Dance
  • Champ99
  • D-Money Dance
  • Jouvi Dance
  • LB Dance
  • Ten80 Dance

Music

The music category contains sprites of musical instruments, as well as one sprite of a singer (Singer1). These sprites come with sounds corresponding to which instrument they are, with the exception of Singer1.

  • Bell
  • Drum
  • Drum Kit
  • Drum-cymbal
  • Drum-highhat
  • Drum-snare
  • Drums Conga
  • Drums Tabla
  • Guitar
  • Guitar-electric1
  • Guitar-electric2
  • Keyboard
  • Microphone
  • Radio
  • Saxophone
  • Singer1 (also found in people)
  • Speaker
  • Trumpet

Sports

The sports category contains sprites of people playing different sports. It also contains sprites of sports equipment, and two anthropomorphic pieces of sports equipment, Goalie and Referee, being a soccer goalie's glove and a referee's whistle respectively.

  • Andie (also found in people)
  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Batter (also found in people)
  • Beachball
  • Ben (also found in people)
  • Casey (also found in people)
  • Catcher (also found in people)
  • Dorian (also found in people)
  • Football (also found in people - despite the name of this sprite, it is an American football player, rather than an actual ball)
  • Goalie
  • Hannah (also found in people)
  • Jamal (also found in people)
  • Jordyn (also found in people)
  • Max (also found in people)
  • Outfielder (also found in people)
  • Pitcher (also found in people)
  • Referee
  • Soccer Ball
  • Tennis Ball
  • Trampoline

Food

The food category contains various types of food, some with multiple costumes to show different flavours. Like the sports category, some of the sprites here are anthropomorphic pieces of food, such as egg, milk, strawberry and takeout.

  • Apple
  • Bananas
  • Bowl
  • Bread
  • Cake
  • Cheesy Puffs
  • Donut
  • Egg
  • Food Truck
  • Fortune Cookie
  • Fruit Platter
  • Fruit Salad
  • Glass Water
  • Heart Candy
  • Jar (has multiple costumes, showing the jar filled with various foods)
  • Milk
  • Muffin
  • Orange
  • Orange2
  • Strawberry
  • Taco
  • Takeout (a box of Chinese takeout)
  • Watermelon

Fashion

The fashion section contains different items of clothing, and a human sprite, Harper, presumably for the clothes to be placed on in a dress-up style game.

  • Bowtie
  • Dress
  • Glasses
  • Harper (also found in people)
  • Hat1
  • Pants
  • Party Hats
  • Scarf
  • Shirt
  • Shoes
  • Shorts
  • Sunglasses1
  • Winter Hat
  • Wizard Hat

Letters

The letters category contains sprites of all of the letters in the alphabet, in three different styles. Despite featuring letters, there are no punctuation marks or numbers available in this section, or in the sprite library at all.

"Block" Style

The "block" style features a display font, with orange letters and a thick black outline and shadow on each of them. This style has nothing to do with the blocks used for coding with Scratch.

  • Block-A
  • Block-B
  • Block-C
  • Block-D
  • Block-E
  • Block-F
  • Block-G
  • Block-H
  • Block-I
  • Block-J
  • Block-K
  • Block-L
  • Block-M
  • Block-N
  • Block-O
  • Block-P
  • Block-Q
  • Block-R
  • Block-S
  • Block-T
  • Block-U
  • Block-V
  • Block-W
  • Block-X
  • Block-Y
  • Block-Z

"Glow" Style

The "glow" style features letters written in the Scratch Font, which are white with a thick teal outline, or "glow."

  • Glow-A
  • Glow-B
  • Glow-C
  • Glow-D
  • Glow-E
  • Glow-F
  • Glow-G
  • Glow-H
  • Glow-I
  • Glow-J
  • Glow-K
  • Glow-L
  • Glow-M
  • Glow-N
  • Glow-O
  • Glow-P
  • Glow-Q
  • Glow-R
  • Glow-S
  • Glow-T
  • Glow-U
  • Glow-V
  • Glow-W
  • Glow-X
  • Glow-Y
  • Glow-Z

"Story" Style

The "story" style features green letters in a serif font, drawn in a 3D style and shown at a slight angle, with white sides.

  • Story-A
  • Story-B
  • Story-C
  • Story-D
  • Story-E
  • Story-F
  • Story-G
  • Story-H
  • Story-I
  • Story-J
  • Story-K
  • Story-L
  • Story-M
  • Story-N
  • Story-O
  • Story-P
  • Story-Q
  • Story-R
  • Story-S
  • Story-T
  • Story-U
  • Story-V
  • Story-W
  • Story-X
  • Story-Y
  • Story-Z

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