Bing Magazine Review

Sunday, 24 July 2016

Bing Magazine Review


Bing is a favourite of little man. It is not often he gets to choose what to watch on TV. With two older brothers he is often subjected to Spongebob and TMNT. However, when we return from the school run, Bing is on and he enjoys watching this whilst I recharge on a cuppa.

He was therefore excited to find that there is a Bing magazine. Like most children he was excited to see that there were toys with it. As a parent, I was pleased as they are role play toys and not shooting things that break almost immediately.

The front cover doubles as an activity to make a habitat for the plastic frog. The rest of the magazine is smaller and can be pulled out.


There is a really nice selection of activities in the magazine. There are the usual colouring, writing and stickers. However, in addition there are pages designed to do vegetable printing, tear and sticking and a flower that you can make "grow" by folding it's stem.

veg patch activity

Little man and I made a short video to show you what we liked about the magazine.



If you have a Bing fan then I am sure they would like this magazine. As a parent it is nice to see a magazine with such a wide range of activities.

Who is your little one's favourite TV character?



Family Fever
This is a commissioned post.

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