Amazing! Magazine Review & Giveaway

This week, Boo has received a couple of copies of Amazing! magazine to review…

Amazing Magazine

It’s designed for boys and girls aged 7+ and it covers most subjects such as Maths, English, Science, History, Geography Arts, and lots more.

We take things that children actually like reading about such as zombies, aliens, cheesy feet etc and link these in clever and humorous ways back to the national curriculum. In this way, children get to read things of interest to them, and all along they’re learning about the things that matter – there’s nothing else quite like it on the planet!

Amazing! is a monthly 36 page publication packed with articles, facts, stories …. And an annual subscription is just £49 for 12 issues.

The first things that I noticed about Amazing! magazine were the great quality thick, bright pages and the fact that there are no adverts in it at all. It is just packed with stories, facts and activities, with something to learn and discover on every page.

The issues are themed, and we received Ancient Rome and Human Body editions. As you can see from the contents pages below, the themes are taken and each key area of the curriculum is covered using them.

Inside Amazing Magazine Contents

Here are a couple of page spreads to give you a feel for the information, illustrations, and how the themes are adapted for different subjects.

Inside Amazing Magazine

Inside Amazing Magazine 1

This is a magazine aimed at children aged 7 and up, but my 3 year old Little Man has also enjoyed looking through it, and is particularly taken with a page all about bogies, where he can also make his own bowl of snot and bogies – delightful! He shows everyone that page first now, and has commandeered that magazine for himself forever more.

Amazine Magazine Bogies Page

Boo at 6, has been totally engrossed in both of these, as you can probably tell from the photo. She even ignored her snack in favour of reading them, so that’s definitely a good sign! She’s read them both cover to cover and tells me that they are brilliant. When I mentioned to her the possibility of a monthly subscription, she frowned which surprised me, but then explained herself by telling me that no, she didn’t want a monthly copy, she wanted one every day! I’d say that’s a very positive endorsement from Boo.

Boo reading Amazing magazine

Tempted to give this a try, too? Well, I have two great ways for you to do just that, a special discount offer and a give-away. Read on!

Special Offer

I’m happy to be able to share with you a special offer of 10% off subscriptions – simply use the code WOW10 at checkout to qualify.


I have 10 copies of Amazing! magazine available for 10 of my readers to win. To be in with a chance of winning one, enter using the rafflecopter below. The competition is open to UK entrants only and closes at 12am 10th April 2016. Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

What appeals to you about this magazine?

Disclosure: We received copies FOC for the purposes of this review

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56 thoughts on “Amazing! Magazine Review & Giveaway”

  1. I like the fact that it is educational, yet in the form of a magazine. I think that my son is much more likely that my son would pick it up and read it this way.

  2. The magazine /s cover a variety of topics, looks interesting and exciting. A good way for children to learn.

  3. the illustrations look fun and i think would appeal to my 10 and 6 year olds. they both like horrible histories and i love that it teaches them through fun

  4. It would keep the grandchildren quiet while learning. I would have to read it first so I don’t look a dumbo

  5. It does indeed look amazing! Haven’t seen it before but it would be perfect for our very inquisitive 7 yr old girlie and far more educational than the usual kids mags. Such inquiring minds need lots of stimulation and this looks perfect.

  6. Victoria Prince

    I love the fact it’s fun with bright colours and so educational without them being aware of how much they are learning, cos it’s fun 🙂

  7. My son loves these kind of magazines. Horrible histories, horrible science and he really enjoys maths and his general knowledge looks like a great mag for him.

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