I have a question regarding licensing of mblock based products.
The mBlock 5 is a software tool for STEAM education. It is inspired by Scratch 3.0 and supports graphical and text programming. Also, Scratch is a project of the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab. It is provided free of charge.
Which kind of license is applicable in both of the following situations:
I made a product based on the Arduino (open hardware). I also made new extension blocks in mblock that enable kids to program my product. I sell these products.
In another situation I do not sell my product. Instead I teach kids how to use my product along with mblock (along with new blocks that I have created).
In short I want to know if I am legally allowed to commercialize my own product that uses mblock.