Stew is a bi-montlhy magazine aimed at children aged 8-12 years with an inquisitive mind. In each issue they have a broad range of topics. You can find News, history, the arts, science, world affairs, book reviews, short stories, puzzles, drawing, facts, fiction and fun.

I particularly like this history article on equality for women. Helps children learn about the past and how things changed to the way they are today and in a way that is easy for children to read and understand.

They also have a great puzzle page which my 9 year old son, Ryan liked the most. Me and my husband was really stuck on the brain teaser puzzle!

if you can’t read it, it says:

“Andrew’s mum had four children.
She named the first one Sunday,
the second child Monday,
and the third one Tuesday.
What was the name of the fourth child?”

Overall I really liked this magazine but Ryan only liked parts of it. He is more interested in football and funny stories. But I would have loved this as a kid, I was a very curious kid and loved anything like this.

You can buy this magazine via subscription for £20 a year from www.stewmagazine.co.uk

But I have 1 full year subscription of Stew magazine to giveaway to one lucky reader. All you have to do is enter the giveaway below.
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13 comments on “Stew – Magazine for kids aged 8-12 – Review and Giveaway”

  1. i would like to win this for my daughter (and myself really!) it sounds great. Daughter would thrive off the facts and puzzles, i would give it a read. This is one of those books that I would then store and keep for when my son is older and he would probably read too.

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