Lego Friends is quite popular with Jadyn and I am also quite pleased of the fact that Lego has thought about the girl population and brought out blocks that give little girls incentive to get creative and to build.
Lego Friends has an appealing line of blocks/bricks from Lego that girls find fascinating to play with. When I was approached to review the new Lego Friends magazine, I didn’t hesitate in accepting as I know Jadyn likes Lego Friends a whole lot.
The Lego Friends magazine is a brand new magazine that launched on the 2nd of July. It features characters from the toy range and has lots of puzzles, competitions and posters. It also has two lovely comic strips and this kind of took me back to when I would read comics.
We received our Lego Friends magazine on Saturday and Jadyn started reading it right away.
The first issue introduces the Lego Friends – Emma, Stephanie, Olivia, Mia and Andrea. Jadyn thinks she is a lot like Andrea as she also likes dancing singing and acting and writing on her own blog!
There is also a creative part which taught how to make flowers and a bunting.
And yes – it does come with a Lego Friends toy. This issue had Charlie the puppy as a free gift.
I quite liked the magazine as it is perfect for its target age of 7 -11. I like products that take children’s minds off technology for a bit – the iPad, telly, gaming devices etc. I thanks my lucky stars that Jadyn loves reading so I don’t have to insist on her reading. The magazine however, is handy for reading when there is less time or one is looking for some lighthearted fun. The quizzes and the puzzles also help to stimulate the brain.
I would definitely recommend the magazine for girls aged 7 – 11.
Disclaimer: I was sent the magazine to review and a gift in return for my time spent on writing this post. All ideas and opinions are my own and have not been influenced in any way.