Advertiser: Little Bird events for children
Path: Events for Children
Category: New In, 5 - 8 Year Olds, 0 - 4 Year Olds, Great Reads, All Savings, Products, Pressies & Parties
With fun activities, entertaining games and wacky science experiments to try at home, plus poetry and short stories to get kids reading. Okido magazine is perfect for children with curious minds aged 3 - 8. Each issue of this great kids' magazine has a different theme, introducing little ones to subjects as diverse as space, habitats, and emotions and feelings.
Each issue includes a free cardboard pull-out game, stories, activities, experiments, games, jokes, doodles, an illustrated song or poem, a recipe, an Okido fan page and regular comic-strip stories from: Messy Monster, Zim Zam Zoom, Yoga Monkey, Squirrel Boy, Find Foxy and more.
- Plenty of things to make and do
- Plus hand-drawn cartoons from artists as impressive as Turner Prize nominee Paul Noble.
- Full of educational content with direct leads to KS1 level of the national curriculum
- Designed to engage both parents and children in a host of activities
- Packed with original characters and cartoons, stories, poems, simple experiments and recipes
- Printed in vegetable inks on biodegradable paper so has excellent green credentials
- No advertising whatsoever
"My science loving daughter has enjoyed Okido for 3 years. It has made bedtime routine a real pleasure and she just loves to go through the whole magazine the day it arrives!" Natasha - parent to 7-year-old.
"Our playgroup is for three-and-four-year-olds which are the perfect ages to start introducing children to the amazing world of science and creativity. Rather than offering free gift gimmicks and stickers, Okido magazine is full of brilliant content and is a magazine you can return to again and again, continuing to fuel children’s imaginations and creativity." Elaine - Wormit Playgroup.
"We LOVE Okido so much we're keeping them forever - we have them all on the shelf and look at them all the time. They are so valuable." Parents to Esme; 7 and Sofia; 4.
"Can you make a magazine for older children? My 9-year-old has finally grown out of Okido after subscribing for 6 years but we miss it!" Nicole, mother to Rufus, aged 9.