Mixit magazine is the brand new and totally unique multi-character magazine for girls aged 4-9.
Evie is smack bang in the middle at 7 and was so excited when Issue 1 dropped onto our doormat. Immediately she spotted Shopkins cards (which she collects), child safe nail varnish and nails stickers plus images of all of her favourites that are featured inside.
There are FREE branded cover gifts and branded stickers with every issue so you can bet both Evie and Amelia will be wanting a copy each (although Amelia is a year too little she loved the ribbon twirler that was on the cover of issue two so i think as long as you use common sense some of the freebies could be suitable for 3 and upwards)!
Issue 1 contains all the hottest new brands such as Shopkins, DC Superhero Girls, Lego Friends and other much loved classics! One of our favourites at the moment is Masha and The Bear so we were delighted to see a double page spread of puzzles and stories.
Evie loved the interactive pages and we both loved that the magazine includes stories, quizzes, cartoons, things to make, bake and do, collectable posters, games and more that we can do together! There are also lots of competitions too where you can win some of your favourite goodies too!
So what makes Mixit stand out from the crowd?
It’s a toy and digital-led girls’ magazine, with a strong focus on collectables and ‘unboxing’. It exclusively features key influencers and box-openers from the vlogging community, Emily Tube and Creative Celeste.
Everything is online based now and you really can’t get away from the fact that the internet has a permanent place in our children’s future. We need to help them to bridge the link between online and real life so to have something that the girls can sit down and physically hold, that we can work through together is something I will strongly encourage in our home.
Issue 2 is on sale from the 20th of July and issue 3 from the 10th of August.
Mixit magazine is available at all good supermarkets and independent newsagents! RRP: £3.65
We were kindly sent issues 1 and 2 for the purposes of this review. All views and opinions are our own and genuine.
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