Karisma Kidz Pizza Party at BBC HQ (FREE)

Saturday 24th & Monday 26th October 2015. 1 to 3pm.

Come join the multi-award winning Karisma Kidz for a family fun day out at the world famous BBC headquarters in London’s White City, including a pizza party, appearances by the Karisma Kidz characters, and a raffle prize giveaway of a Kurio. We’ll be asking for your help with research to evaluate our new app during the event.

What is Karisma Kidz?

The London-founded company creates online games and offline products to increase emotional intelligence in children. We do this by helping parents engage with their children in an online world that links up seamlessly with positive real-world toys, activities and rewards. Our approach is proven to build stronger relationships between parents and children and help improve learning at school. Our founder is featured often as an expert spokesperson on Sky News and in other media outlets, and was a contender on the TV show Dragons’ Den.

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Why does it matter?

Our research has discovered that by helping young children identify and manage their emotions, they can build stronger social relationships and become more effective learners at school. Geared for children ages 3-8, Karisma Kidz uses play in an imaginary world called Moodville that works to equip them with the skills they need to manage their emotions.

We have space for 40 children between ages 3 to 8 to join us at the BBC on Saturday, October 24th and space for 25 children to attend on Monday, October 26th. Your participation in our research, to be conducted by the University of Salford, will help Karisma Kidz determine how our app will be used at home. Your feedback will help us make improvements to the design of the app, all prior to its upcoming release.

All new and existing users of the app are welcome.

If you are looking for a fun, free, and educational activity to do during half term, we encourage you to come along!

Please book now to avoid disappointment.

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