Here's a quick round-up of some of the latest kits and accessories to extend your BBC Micro:bit
Add an extra row of 10 bright multi-coloured, addressable NeoPixel lights to your Micro:bit. These are the younger sibling of the micro:pixel board NeoPixel matrix, and can be used when an additional indicator is needed, showing both colour and number of pixels e.g. to display the status of multiple sensors.
With this board you can create your own Simon Says game by programming the micro:bit. Note: Micro:bit and Bat:bit not included.
The Bit:2:Pi enables you to use some Raspberry Pi add-on boards and HATs on the Micro:bit. By allowing you to patch pins from the Micro:bit to a Raspberry Pi HAT, you can write code to interact with, and control, some Raspberry Pi HATs from your Micro:bit.
Protect the sensitive electronic components of your Micro:bit with this handy transparent case, that doubles as a battery pack for 2 x AAA cells. The case also adds an on-off switch, so you don't have to risk breaking your battery pack lead, while still allowing access to pins to connect to edge connectors.