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Fun To Learn Compilation Range


The Fun To Learn magazine compilations range combines engaging and educational activities for children with content based on popular and recognisable characters.



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Age: 3-7 years

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Fun to Learn epitomises the true value of children’s magazines and brings a perfect balance of entertainment and education to pre-schoolers.

A dynamic mix of 12 to 15 of the most popular pre-school characters creates wide appeal, attracting preschoolers with different likes and interests. This exciting character assortment, on which all content is based, along with the colourful activities, stickers and covermount gift entices children and keeps them engaged. 

FTL magazines are renowned for having the highest quality educational content that follows the Early Years Foundation Stage. Activities and workbooks are reviewed and supported by an independent educational advisor. 

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Fun To Learn Range

Fun To Learn Bag-O-Fun, Fun To Learn Favourites, Fun To Learn Friends

What our testers said

“I have to go through the maze and collect all the friends. Oh look, a dead end. I’ve got to go back.” – Boy aged 4 

“Where’s Chase’s shadow?” – Boy aged 4

What our experts think

This compilation of Fun to Learn magazines contains lots of activities that help to develop and extend learning. The activities are fun and engaging and provide lots of ‘hidden’ opportunities for developing counting, focus and language skills. 

The included toy characters are recognisable and encourage children to use creativity and storytelling in their play. The variety of the activities included in the magazines make it ideal for rainy days, trips out, or for something to keep children occupied at a restaurant. We like that some of the activities are simple enough for children to complete independently, while others needed adult help which is great as it keeps them engaged while also challenging and progressing their learning.

Skills developed

– Promotes language and storytelling skills

– Develops counting and logical thinking skills 

– Great for improving concentration and attention 

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