We have loved it.
In fact, we loved it so much that we made sure our subscription was renewed.
Now Levi is five years old, and wants you to know a few things about Ladybug magazine:
- My favorite thing is there is always an activity in the back.
- My favorite one to read is Molly and Emmett
- I like to read it by myself and reading it together.
- It's 3-6. (Meaning the magazine is for kids ages 3-6)
My favorite has to be the music: I love picking out the tunes on my piano. They are classic sounding, but not songs I've heard before. A quick glance at the issues that are pictured above reveals that two songs have contemporary composers listed, and four are traditional songs from different backgrounds: African American Spiritual, Scottish, and North American. Ok I have heard a couple of these before; Go In And Out The Window rings a bell.
|You can see that in this issue they have the music on one side and simplified music on the other.|
And the activities that Levi loves are worth a mention. Once was a little mini book he made, one was a windmill he cut and taped. There was a cute mix and match paper doll, and a wild west valentine he gave to a friend. The activities are on a fold out page, designed to be cut out from the magazine. Most of them require a few other materials (scissors, glue, a straw) but we've always had these on hand.
Ladybug Magazine sometimes comes on the perfect day and saves us from boredom. I love that. We read it together and it's just what we needed. Other times, it comes on a crazy day and we don't get around to looking at it until a few days later. Either way, we thoroughly enjoy it and I save all my back issues.
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I also reviewed the Babybug magazine, which is from the same publishers, for ages 0-4.