With a focus on art and science, Okido magazine is perfect for curious, active children aged 2-8, with plenty of things to make and do as well as hand-drawn cartoons from artists as impressive as Turner Prize nominee Paul Noble.
There are fun activities, entertaining games and wacky science experiments to try at home, and even poetry and short stories to get kids reading. Each issue of this great kids' magazine has a different theme, introducing little ones to subjects as diverse as space, habitats, and emotions and feelings.
From the publisher
Designed to engage both parents and children in a host of activities, Okido is a super-stylish quarterly art and science magazine for kids between 2-8 years.
Packed with original characters and cartoons, stories, poems, simple experiments and recipes, things to make and games to play, Okido is created by a host of illustrators, scientists, writers and artists.
Okido is printed in vegetable inks on biodegradable paper, so has excellent green credentials, and has won two awards from the Wellcome Trust, whose continuing support ensures it to contains no advertising whatsoever.
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