Bing magazine is a brand new release this year from Egmont aimed at 3-5 year olds, full of fun activities that really do capture little ones imagination. Bing is a bunny who has lots of fun and my little boy already enjoys watching the series on CBeebies.
Mister B is 5, so at the upper age range for this magazine but was really excited to receive it and kept asking when he can start doing Bing bunny! He really enjoyed the garden toys attached to the front and has been playing with them everyday in his own little imaginative way.
Each page of the magazine has things to do with a sticker sheet in the centre that is used across various pages. There is a story, basic writing activities, colouring and plenty of pages to use the stickers on.
There’s really fun page with a vegetable patch on and another page with lots of vegetables that you can rip apart and stick onto the vegetable patch which I thought was really cute and got us talking about vegetables. Mister B’s favourite though was making silly faces with the stickers on a page of potatoes!
I think Bing magazine is lovely for little ones, I like the themes running through it and thought it had a good balance of activities.
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Meet Bunny Boo, the cutest, snuggliest bunny we have come across in a long time, all the way from Ollie & Leila. Bunny Boo is part of their funky, soft toy range that really does have wide appeal with a suggested upper end age of around 14yrs old!
My daughter Miss M, is almost 8yrs old but still snuggles up to her blankie at night, which is looking rather forlorn. I was hoping this may be the perfect replacement and so far it has been a big hit!
With it’s 47cm long body, this is just the small size soft toy, and they do others in medium and large size too. The outer of this bunny is super, super soft and only feeling it with your fingers will make you realise how silky smooth she feels and how satisfying she is to snuggle up with.
I love the ‘universe’ design on this bunny, pink and grey stars over a white background. Bunny Boo has been a big success with Miss M and she has taken it everywhere with her as well as to bed. If you are looking for a cuddly toy for your child, then why not check these out, something that appeals to a wide range of ages and is super snuggly!
All reviews are my own and my family’s opinions and we received the toy in order to write an honest review.
Bunny Loves to Learn is a gorgeously illustrated picture book written by Peter Bently and illustrated by Emma Foster & Deborah Melmon. Published by Parragon, this book is a beautifully presented picture book, with full colour pages.
It follows the story of a little class of bunnies and their teacher Miss Nibbler. She brings in a box of costumes and challenges them them to dress up as people who lived a long time ago and make something from the time when they lived and tell the class about it. After lots of busy making and decisions they finally each do a wonderful show and tell to the the class with a knight, viking, princess and an Egyptian mummy.
Bunny Loves to Learn is a delightful little story with fabulous illustrations that we really enjoyed reading. We found the storyline interesting and it gave us talking points with each of the costumes being made. A great little book that we love reading over and over again and is suitable for both my children aged 3 and 6. They have both enjoyed it
All reviews are my own and my family’s opinions and we received the book in order to write the review.