Posted on March 25, 2016

Amazing Magazine Review and Giveaway

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Boo has recently been enjoying reading The World’s Most AMAZING! Children’s Educational Magazine! Amazing! is a children’s educational magazine that is based on the National Curriculum. It is for boys and girls aged 7 years and over and it is full of articles, facts, stories, jokes, riddles, poems, recipes and activities.

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Boo absolutely loves these magazines, she says they are really interesting, she loves learning and has spent ages reading through them. She can’t wait to get her next issue.

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Amazing! covers Maths, English, Science, History, Geography, Arts, Languages, Sports, Personal, Social, Health, Careers and General Knowledge! Everything is set out in a really interesting and appealing way so that kids just want to read and learn. There are also lots of fun things to make and do, for instance in issue 18 you can make some yummy Bogie Bites (Ewwww) or make your very own articulated hand and thanks to Amazing! I now know how to sing Head, shoulders, knees and toes in German! 😉

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So if you are looking for a FAB educational magazine for your kids then Amazing! just has to be it! It’s really not just for kids either, I have loved reading through them and they have taught me a thing or two.

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Amazing! is £3.99 per issue and if you fancy subscribing to the magazine then you can get a 10% discount by quoting WOW10 at the checkout 🙂 An annual subscription is £49.00; that’s 12 issues delivered right to your door or get a digital subscription for just £23.99. You can also buy single copies on the website.

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I’ve been given 10 copies of the next issue to giveaway to 10 of my lovely readers, all you need to do to enter is complete the Rafflecopter steps below. Good luck xx

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