Thursday, November 15, 2012

Sports Illustrated Kids

When it come's to my boys they are especially hard on toys.  Last year, by the time Christmas was over they had already broken or lost 1/2 of their toys!  That is why it is nice to also get them the gift that keeps on giving- a magazine subscription!  That way when their toys are broken or lost they have something to look forward to receiving for the entire year.  So why not consider purchasing a yearly subscription to Sports Illustrated Kids Magazine for only $19.95 in print AND in tablet!

The Sports Illustrated Kids magazine is perfect for any sports loving kid, including mine.  This magazine is put together with kids in mind from it's easy to read stories, to it's comics and activities. It's no wonder why the Sports Illustrated Kids magazine  has won highest honors from the Association of Educational Publishers and the Parents' Choice Award. 

And if that isn't reason enough, you won't have to worry about wrapping it up, as it will be delivered straight to your door!  It's also a great way to get your children interested in reading.  My son hates to read but give him the latest Sports Illustrated Kids magazine and he's a reading machine! 

Subscribe today for only $19.95(anual rate), and place one in your child's stocking on Christmas Eve!!!

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BUY IT: You can purchase a yearly subscription to Sports Illustrated Kids for $19.95.

*Disclaimer - I am receiving a yearly subscription and a stocking of goodies in exchange for this post.  In no way did this alter my opinions of their products.  All of my opinions expressed in this post are one hundred percent honest and true.*


rj7777 said...

This sounds like a great gift for my nephews. My cousin has 3 boys and this would be great for them. Thanks for the great review. Rita Spratlen

Are We There Yet! said...

Well this is a great Christmas idea. My little Grandson is so into sports. I had no idea what sports were at his age, but he knows, especially about baseball and football.

FireRunner2379 said...

My boys are at the right age now for this, into sports and able to read, well the youngest is still learning. Could be a stocking stuffer for them to share!

Mary Gallardo said...

This is cool! My stepson would like to find this in his stocking for Christmas!