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WIN! A bumper bundle of The Green Board Game Company games!

25 years of Green Board Games: In 1991 founder Gary Wyatt began to develop an offering of family board games, construction toys, and learning books, all with a concept of making learning fun at heart - underpinned by the company motto "Play together Learn together"! After 16 years of developing a plethora of successful games, GBG launched a new gameplay concept: BrainBox World, which gave birth to the now w ...

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WIN! Games to keep journeys fun this Easter

Planning a family getaway for the Easter holidays? Does the idea of the endless games of eye-spy bring you out in a cold sweat? Then look no further... University Games has a range of mini games you can take anywhere, guaranteed to lighten the mood and keep the whole family entertained for hours. Enter this competition to be in with a chance of winning a whole range of mini games to help journeys fly by. Fo ...

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WIN! Board games to entertain the whole family

When the excitement of Christmas Day has passed, there’s no better way to keep the family laughing than having great family games at the ready. University Games’ range of fun family board games make keeping everybody entertained a doddle. Be in with the chance to win a range of games to keep spirits high, including the lightning fast game of Chicken Charades! You’ve got to be fast (you only have ten seconds ...

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WIN! A bumper game bundle from The Green Board Game Company!

In 1991, The Green Board Game Company was formed; founder Gary Wyatt created a raft of family board games, construction toys and learning books in addition to the award winning BrainBox product range! We are giving one lucky At Home reader the chance to win a whole bundle of games, including: Corner’d BrainBox World Word Bits Maths Snap Plus Logical Learning Division Explorer Colour and Learn Animals Build ...

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How to earn extra cash with Ziffit.com

Ziffit.com is a free and easy to use service that allows you to sell your unwanted Books, CDs, DVDs and Games for cash. Just follow the four simple steps below and you will be well on your way to clearing out some space in your home whilst making some extra money. Step 1 - Value Enter your barcodes to get an instant price Simply enter the barcode number or ISBN of your item and if they can, they will make y ...

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How to keep the kids entertained this Easter

We all know that coming up with ways to keep children occupied through the school holidays can be tricky for parents, especially when days out cost so much. So you will inevitably find yourselves stuck at home on some days, but if you don’t want the kids glued to the TV and games console, our top tip is to get them in the kitchen. Cooking is a great way to keep your kids busy, whatever the weather and their ...

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WIN! A fun Cakes & Biscuits game from Clementoni

Clementoni Cakes & Biscuits is a fun and creative game for your little ones. They can make and decorate cakes, biscuits and tasty treats such as chicks in nests cupcakes and other spring themed goodies. The kit contains an illustrated recipe book, cake mix, baking sheet, whisk, biscuit cutters, spatula and spoon, pastry syringe, food colouring, coloured sugar decorations and sugar paste. It stimulates m ...

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Creative ideas for a DIY children’s playground

Sam Flatman, Educational Consultant for Pentagon Sport, shares some of his favourite ideas for creating your own children’s playground at home. Children love going outside, playing on the swings and taking on obstacle courses, but playgrounds don’t have to be just for school break times and weekend trips to the park. With a bit of creativity, children can benefit from play in their own back garden without t ...

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In-app charges: How to keep your child’s down-time from costing you a fortune

This year Nintendo celebrates its 125th birthday. Starting as a Japanese company making traditional playing cards, Nintendo has been a key player in the development of the gaming world we know today. The first game console, once cutting edge technology, would probably look more like an antique to our children. So, it’s fair to say – the gaming world has changed a lot over the years. In game charges can be a ...

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