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Enter The Young Games Inventor of the Year!

Under 16 and bursting with ideas? Love playing board games? You could be just who we're looking for!

Shaperise - Stamp of approval from Geek Dad

Read the latest review of Shaperise - hot off the press from Geek Dad!

BrainBox at Activate Camps

A partnership which supports healthy bodies AND healthy brains!

Marvin Berglas introduces Brainbox Marvin's Magic!

Marvin Berglas creator of Marvin's Magic showcases the brilliant new Brainbox Marvin's Magic game.

A quick Q&A with YGI winner of 2016

Picking the brilliant mind of Young Games Inventor winner of 2016, Sebastian Fleming-Smith!

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Young Games Inventor Competition 2018

Calling all bright young minds! Our Young Games Inventor Competition 2018 is now open!

“I’m not naughty – I’m autistic”

How can you tell the difference between a naughty child and a child with an Autistic Spectrum Condition? What kind of things upset a child with autism? How should other children interact with children on the spectrum?

Maths: No More Fear and Loathing

Many children are turned off maths at a young age simply by being told that they just "don't have what it takes" to be good at the subject. However, by adapting the right mindset, you can prevent maths becoming filled with fear and loathing – for you or your child.

Conkers, leaves & learning

The children are back at school and the heating is going on in most houses up and down the country, which means that autumn is well on its way...

“When life gives you lemons…”

From missing out on the school team to being told off by a favourite teacher, things at school don’t always go as planned. How can you help your child to cope with disappointment, and even turn it into a positive?