Complete Control would like to share with you ten fun activities if you are looking for that extra bit of help when planning/refreshing your ‘stay at home timetable’ with the kids this Bank Holiday.

We hope you like them and stay safe x

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Raising Dragons

We have recently discovered this website created by Andrea a wife and mum to four energetic boys ages 3-10 who creates lots of simple science experiments, math games and craft projects mostly with items you can find around the house.

Andreas says she is not a particularly crafty person and I don’t have a lot of time to do complex projects so I always try to keep things simple. My goal is to foster a love of learning and keep them entertained and interested at the same time.

Q&A with Katie Thistleton

Place2Be ambassador, Radio 1 DJ and CBBC presenter Katie answers questions from children on childhood, wellbeing, her career, and coronavirus.

Place2Be is a children’s mental health charity with over 25 years’ experience working with pupils, families and staff in UK schools.
PJ Masks Time to be a Hero

PJ Masks – Time to be a Hero

A fun Augmented reality game, where children now have the power in their own hands to defeat and capture the PJ Masks villains, Romeo, Luna Girl, Night Ninja and the Ninjalinos, who have been let loose around the city – and even in your own home! Choose your favourite character mask and photograph yourself with these cool rewards.

Unlock an augmented reality game and see the characters in your own environment. Capture your own photograph with a PJ Masks character, choosing from Catboy, Owlette and Gekko. Unlock additional character masks for the PJ Masks, and see yourself as Romeo, Luna Girl and Night Ninja.

Doodle Time!

Test out your drawing skills and take on the #DoodleTime challenge.

15 minute doodle sessions with Steven Lenton, children's book illustrator and author. Airing every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday at 3pm for the next 5 weeks!

Steven is best known for illustrating Shifty McGifty series, written by Tracey Corderoy.
Scooby-Doo driving a car

Make and Race App

This is a fun FREE App game for the whole family, where parents and kids can safely build cars, race and play! Now, who will you race with? Choose from your favourite Boomerang stars including:

Scooby-Doo and Velma, Tom and Jerry, Stunt Happo and Bella the Ballerina Happo, The Wacky Racers Penelope Pitstop, Dick Dastardly and Muttley, Bugs Bunny and Tweety Bird !

With the Make and Race App you can make your own car and race your favourite characters around spectacular tracks.

Bitesize Daily

Monday to Friday, you’ll be able to watch Bitesize Daily on BBC Red Button from 9am to 11am, and again on BBC iPlayer.

Each 20-minute lesson will cover a different age group from ages five to 14, and will be brought to you by experts, teachers and some very familiar faces from the world of TV, sport and beyond.

As well as dedicated programmes covering Maths, Science and English, there will also be lessons featuring other subjects such as History, Geography, Music and Art.

Dreamworks Activity Centre

Running out of activities to do with your kids? The NEW DreamWorks Animation Activity Center has you covered!

The DreamWorks Animation Activity Center is full of colouring pages, connect the dots, crafts, recipes, games, music and more all featuring all of the beloved characters from fan-favorite DreamWorks movies and TV shows.

Kindly shared by a parent friend in California - thank you Claire.

Nick Cope’s Popcast - Brand NEW TV Series

We are over the moon with the response we have seen from parents and children for our first TV series - Nick Cope’s Popcast, which is on CBeebies channel at 9.20am every Saturday morning - and the full boxset on the iPlayer. Nick’s amazing Popcast songs are the most catchy and wonderful songs you will ever hear and simply perfect to lift the mood and get you singing along.

This Saturdays Popcast episode is “Take a Walk” where Nick and his grandson Remie wave goodbye to the city and say hello to the countryside. If you are doing your one allowed outdoor activity this weekend, then this is the perfect song to get into your head.

PAW Patrol -
PAWsome Missions!

In PAW Patrol Pawsome Missions children can create an avatar of themselves as they look in the real world and get to work alongside Ryder, choosing their physical appearance and outfits. Kids then explore Adventure Bay by walking around, completing missions, meeting characters, collecting paw points and roleplaying a day in the life of the Paw Patrol.

The gamers also use the Pup Pad just like Ryder in an immersive 3D digital world, collaborating with different pups for specific quests. Each pup has a unique skill set and a house that turns into a vehicle specific to their personality.


Join our testing team?

Complete Control are always looking for young helpers to play test some of the new games we're working on right now - and need children to help us. Let us know on FaceBook if your child would like to help us test the latest games we are working before and they will be the first children to play them before they are released to the public. Super COOL!

We will send you links to new games as and when they are ready to play test at home - but once the coronavirus has blown away we also invite parents and children to the Complete Control studio to play the games and get free goodies - and is always such fun.
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