Thursday, December 13, 2012

Sports Illustrated Kids

Do you have a child who enjoys sports so much that you just know he/she will enjoy reading Sports Illustrated Kids?   Or your child/nephew/niece has all the sport gears that you can think off and wonder what do get them for Christmas?image

Well let me present you Sports Illustrated Kids.    SPORTS ILLUSTRATED Kids is the magazine for boys and girls who love sports. It presents sports the way kids want to read about them: with great action photos, easy-to-read stories about star athletes, helpful instructional tips from the pros, and humor, comics, and activities.   Not only that but if you have a reluctant reader who enjoys sports SI Kids is a great way to encourage him/her to read   The magazine has won highest honors from the Association of Educational Publishers and the Parents' Choice Award.

As part of the Christmas stocking I received two previously published magazines so that my kids could check them out.   One of them had a golden Mario running to catch coins and the other one had the bust of an athlete made out of Lego.   My two oldest kids imagegrabbed the magazines to check it out.    The pictures in the magazine are stunning.  One of them was showing Gabby Douglas during one of the gymnastics competition at the Olympics.   Seeing her back backward and concentrated is breathtaking.  Inside the magazine, the child can also get some sport cards of athletes in various sports.  On these cards, you can get more information about the person and stats as well.

In one of the magazines the kids were also able to read more about the history of sports gaming – from 1977 to this day.   Seeing the different platforms is always educational I think.

SI Kids is a great Christmas gifts for a child in  your life.   And you are in luck as these days there is a special offer for anyone subscribing - receive an entire year of SI Kids in print and on tablet for only $19.95!    You can subscribe HERE.

Do you need more convincing to give the gift of SI Kids this season?

Reason #1: It’s the perfect stocking stuffer.

Reason #2: It promotes reading for children who are reluctant readers.image

Reason #3: Each issue is full of exciting stories, photos and games that are a perfect distraction while traveling.

Reason #4: No gift wrapping – it’s delivered straight to your door.

Reason #5: It’s the gift that keeps on giving the whole year through.

Don’t forget to like SI Kids on Facebook:   and take advantage of this great offer by subscribing HERE.

Disclaimer: Thanks to Child’s Play Communications for sending me a Christmas stocking full of goodies from Sports Illustrated Kids and a one-year subscription for review purposes. I was not monetarily compensated for this review. Please note that the review was not influenced by the Sponsor in any way. All opinions expressed here are only my own.

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