Cbeebies December Big Colouring Issue
Arthur loves all things Cbeebies and already has a line up of his favourite shows. He absolutely loves Bing Bunny and would watch it all day if we let him. We was recently sent a copy of the Cbeebies Magazine – Big Colouring issue to review.
The gift is a bumper 30 piece colouring carry pack which includes crayons, pens and felt-tips. When you take the bumper colouring set of the front page you are met with page full of much loved characters such as Pingu, Bing Bunny and Peter Rabbit. The Magazine is full of educational activities which help your child to develop in 6 different areas.
Communication, Language and literacy
and, Finding Out.
Each area of development has their own little logo so easily identifiable within the magazine. As well as the developmental areas in each activity it also features a handy Grown-up’s section. So you can extend their learning further. For example, the Furchester activity allows your child to be creative with stickers. The main aim of the activity is to help the gang to decorate the tree. The developmental learning area is Being Creative. The Grown up can go onto the BBC website to find an easy to make recipe for cookies.
The gift in this issue of Cbeebies magazine is a bumper colouring pack. It features 30 crayons, pencils and felt-tips in a really handy carry case. The set is really handy to help complete the activities within the magazine and of course when it is finished you have them for mark making after.
Within the Magazine
You can help Charlie and Lola countdown to Christmas and learn all about what’s in front and what’s behind with the Twirlywoo’s. Sarah and Duck has a handy pull out advent calender which you can complete each day with the stickers included. You can get out doors and find out all about robin’s with Mini beast adventures with Jess and learn to write with the Alphablocks. The magazine is really jam packed with lots of different activities!
The magazine can be purchased from your local newsagents and supermarkets for £3.99.
*We were sent the magazine to review, all opinions and photos are my own*