Interested in taking Scratch to your reality? Maybe add a crafting component? Check out the PicoBoard by Picocricket. This board lets you use Scratch to create projects that can sense and respond to things in the world – outside the computer. Definitely fun to try!
There is a robust little community on Scratch that develops for this tool. What I like best about this board is that it includes a light and sound sensor on the board itself. No extra parts makes this a quick and clean prototyping tool for younger kids.