Children’s Amazing! Magazine Review

Home learning is a thing I struggle with every single day with P1. I’m sure you can relate to it because I certainly can, that when you get home you just want to chill out. Learning and doing something educational certainly isn’t a priority. I was pretty interested when the people behind the children’s magazine, Amazing! got in touch to see if we wanted to take a look at it.

Amazing! is a children’s subscription magazine that is focused for children aged 6-11 years. It follows along with the National Curriculum and each magazine covers Maths, English, Science, History, Geography, Literature, Health, Art and Design, Poetry and Personal Skills too. Amazing! is 36 pages long and each issue is numbered rather than dated meaning they can be looked through as many times over a huge period of time.

We received issue 33 which is titled Awesome Oceans and is jam packed with facts and fun activities all to do with oceans. I gave P1 this book just after she’d finished her Brownies session instead of using her iPad. She began to read and on quite a few occasions I heard her saying “wow that’s cool”. Amazing! has some excellently bold and bright illustrations which really captures your eye. There’s cool stories and fun quizzes inside the book.

We had a great time reading this and learning about Oceans together. I am super excited to announce that the lovely people at Amazing! Magazine have offered one of my readers a chance to win a 12 month subscription to the magazine. All you have to do is fill in the rafflecopter below!! Good luck. You have until the end of July 2017.

a Rafflecopter giveaway
Disclosure: This is a collaborative post

Value For Money

Fun Magazine

This magazine is designed to be fun and also educational. A monthly subscription magazine for children. Bright illustrations and great activities inside.

User Rating: Be the first one !

Check Also

Scentered Signature Ritual Collection Therapy Balm

Going through grief, especially from the death of a parent, is the toughest experience that …


  1. My daughter loves English and writing stories.

  2. My daughter loves Art and PE

  3. My son loves Maths, and my daughter loves English.

  4. Science as it’s so varied and fun too

  5. At the moment they are loving maths

  6. She loves PE

  7. Maths and science is my sons favourite subjects

  8. My daughter loves Art – she would love to be an art teacher when she grows up, but she’s also keen on Science and Maths too!

  9. At the moment she loves maths, although whenever they have free time she loves to draw. I know i’m bias but i think she would make an amazing illustrator

  10. Jodie Andrea Green

    my son loves Math and my daughter is fascinated by all things in science
    my younger two girls are super excited to be starting school soon, they would all enjoy these mags!

  11. melanie stirling

    English and she would love this magazine.

  12. My daughter loves maths

  13. English! loves to write and read stories

  14. My daughters favourite subject is maths

  15. My girl child likes science and art and my boy child loves history (especially the gory and gruesome stuff). We have had back issues of Amazing and we think it’s pretty cool too!

  16. Drama

  17. English

  18. My grandaughter would love this she likes to discover things

  19. My daughter loves history at school.

  20. My son loves science. This a wonderful prize.

  21. Lorraine Tinsley


  22. English is the favourite subject.

  23. Surprisingly its maths

  24. Pamela Gossage


  25. My daughters favourite subject is maths, she takes after me, maths was always my favourite too.

  26. computer studies

  27. My daughter loves Art

  28. my daughter loves drawing and english

  29. Suzanne Jackson

    my lad likes maths

  30. I’ve just asked her and it is art

  31. My daughter loves maths

  32. my eldest is enjoying all the science topics at school now x

  33. This looks great, I think my 6 year old would love it

Leave a Reply