My daughter is a huge fan of Zoobooks and always has been. She loves animals and wants to read all about them all the time. She has had different publications from them over the years and has always enjoyed them all. She gets so excited every time she gets a new one. I wanted to put together a round up of all their different publications because I was not aware that they had so many different age ranges that they cover. They make the perfect magazine to keep the kiddos busy learning and having fun all summer long.
Zoobies (ages 0-3) is full of animal fun for little ones! And Zoobies is written and sized right to be shared with infants and toddlers. My daughter just had a baby boo and he loves Zoobies. The pictures are so bright and detailed perfect for little ones to look at and learn about animals they don’t see everyday.
The little stories are perfect for reading time. It’s so important to read to babies to instill in them a love of reading at a young age. These are perfect to add that bit of science to reading time.
Zootles (ages 3-6), just like Zoobooks, but for preschoolers. Full of age-appropriate writing and engaging photos/art. Plus, tons of family activities ideas. I also have a granddaughter who is 4 that just loves the Zottles magazine. She’s at that age where she loves to do activities and craft projects. So she can look at the images but have fun with all the activities they include as well.
It’s a really fun way to spend a summer afternoon when you want a nice quiet activity. She can read her magazine and play with the games and activities to stay busy and learn all at the same time.
Zoodinos is brand new! (ages 5+) Dinosaurs come to life in the new title from Zoobooks. Simple, interactive text encourages discussion and active learning. Do you have a dino lover? My daughter loves dinosaurs and knows all about them. She loves Zoodinos because it is full of dino facts and she can’t get enough.
Full of stories, information, and activities all devoted to dinosaurs. It’s the perfect way to keep them learning about new things and full of fun.
Zoobooks (ages 6-12) Is full of amazing photos and illustrations. It’s won many awards through the years for its kid-friendly writing and art. Each issue focuses on one animal, helping kids explore the animal’s habitat, social habit, and more! My eight year old loves Zoobooks. She has been a reader of this magazine for awhile and get so excited to learn about new animals each time we get a new one. Vivid images, activities, and full of educational fun.
Zoobooks is a great way to keep them learning throughout the summer. I hate that she goes so long without formal education so it’s a great way to sneak in some learning on a summer day and she doesn’t even suspect it.
They also always send along fun extras like posters and stickers.
Zoobooks was nice enough to give us some complimentary subscriptions for each of these titles. We will have 4 winners (1 for each magazine title) Each winner will win a gift subscription for one year. Note that winners will be drawn randomly and will not have ability to choose the title they win (we only have 1 subscription to each magazine title). Entrants must be 18 or older and US residents. Entries will be accepted until June 15th, 2017. Use the form below to enter:
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