As we head into the autumn and winter season rainy days are going to become more prevalent, but being snuggled up inside can have it’s benefits, for one, it gives you the perfect time to sit down and discover something new. Not only will you learn a new valuable skill but you’ll also have a surprising amount of fun doing it. So here are 5 things you could learn the next time the heavens open and you need an activity to do at home.
Minecraft is a game that many kids, as well as adults, have started to enjoy playing. You can play this…
Home security is something that anyone should take seriously no matter where they live. With millions of break-ins happening each day, protecting your home can give you peace of mind knowing that you have a few safeguards in place. Unfortunately, the high price tag of some home security technology can make it feel impossible to bring it into your home. While it’s true that there are many high-end options, there are also a lot of great budget-friendly security solutions you can choose from.
Break the rules and make the Super Mario courses you’ve always dreamed of in Super Mario Maker 2, only on Nintendo Switch! With lots of new tools, course parts and features at your disposal, let your imagination run wild as you craft unique levels to share with friends and players all over the world.
With so many game consoles on the market, it’s no wonder more and more families are starting to enjoy playing video games together. Video games come in a wide range of genres and options that can suit any parent or teens interests. Video games get a pretty bad reputation lately with the focus put on spending less time on electronics, but the reality is that many video games can be used for stress relief.
Living in a digital age is amazing, we have so much available at our fingertips. But does that mean that we need to have access to it every waking minute? Especially when it comes to enjoying family days out.
Highways England are inspiring the next generation of engineers with the help of Minecraft. They have been hosting interactive Minecraft workshops alongside their public consultation events for the new 10-mile dual carriageway between the Black Cat roundabout near St Neots on the A1 and the Caxton Gibbet roundabout on the A428 near Cambridge. We attended one of the workshops near Cambridge and it allowed Tigger to walk around viewing the different roadways, from slips roads, dual carriageways and some very impressive roundabouts. All whilst learning about the real-life job roles that are available for each of the stages within creating our road network.
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