When my little brother was just a toddler we used to joke that he was the baby from the Teletubbies sun. He had the same gummy mouth and lack of hair, complete with the famous giggle.
As I went on to have my own children Teletubbies came back into my life. With the TV show on repeat and various books sitting on the bookshelf. Laa-Laa was Roo’s favourite and had a small beanie toy that she’d carry around with her.
Earlier this year Piglet joined the Teletubbies fan club with a selection of Teletubbies board books. These books are pulled out on a daily basis and Tigger especially loves to sit and read them to her.
Magazines have always been a great way to continue the character fun from the TV screen into activities, stories, and crafts. The Teletubbies magazine has just been released and promises to bring preschoolers fun and activities in each issue.
Brought to you from Egmont who have a wealth of knowledge when it comes to publishing books and magazines. The new Teletubbies Magazine boasts an array of different activities including colouring, stickers, and stories. With educational elements like tracing letters with their finger, children are learning through play in this bright and colourful magazine.
The first issue includes Laa Laa bedtime playset. A cute little bed, blanket, and Laa-Laa figure for little ones to have fun role playing and creating adventures.
Boo Roo and Tigger Too’s thoughts…
As soon as the new Teletubbies Magazine landed through the letter box Tigger was all over it. Reminiscing over the characters he knows so well, enjoying the sticker and colouring activities as well as reading the Teletubbies story. Although Tigger is at the upper age for the magazine it was lovely to see him still wanting to read and get involved in the activities.
The new Teletubbies Magazine is priced at £2.99 and is available now from all good newsagents and supermarkets.
Disclosure: We received a copy of the Teletubbies Magazine FOC for the purpose of review.