My 4 year old recently received the ‘Fun To Learn With Hey Duggee’ magazine. Alfie loves magazines. He receives monthly pocket money from his grandparents and buys a magazine with it. Whilst I know he is very much swayed by the free gift on the front of most magazines (and this one is amazing!) he spends time looking through the magazine pointing out colours and characters, we read the stories together and play with the stickers. During the last few months of school closures and isolation periods, magazines like this one has definitely helped keep Alfie entertained.
Introducing ‘Fun To Learn With Hey Duggee’ magazine
If you have a toddler or preschooler you will be familiar with the character Hey Duggee. He is definitely a favourite in our house. The magazine is full of colourful Hey Duggee characters and interactive games that you can play with your child. The whole magazine is aimed at making learning fun for children and learning through play.
It encourages number and letter recognition. There is a page to help children write their letters. Puzzles and games are included not forgetting our favourite spot the difference. Colouring in pages and lots of stickers. What I personally loved about the Hey Duggee magazine was the section at the end where once you had completed each section there was a certificate for your child.
Hey Duggee Magazine Free Gift
What child doesn’t love a free gift? Hey Duggee magazine came with a treasure chest, map and treasure. Alfie loved this as did my older children. It was a great aid to get them playing together outdoors away from screens.
I am really impressed with the magazine. It is a great way to help your child learn in a fun way. There are lots that you can do together like the puzzles and stories but also activities that he can do independently. One to remember this summer especially if you are stuck at home!
It is priced at £3.99 and is available now from all leading supermarkets. You can also subscribe on the Redan website