PAW Patrol magazine is the perfect package for pre-schoolers. Not only does it feature all your little one’s favourite pups, but it also includes puzzles, stories, colouring, drawing and stickers in every issue. The cool toy that comes with each magazine is a great way to get children learning through play and, whether playing alone or with a parent, there’s an adventure to be had on every page!
What our testers said
“I look like chase with these” “I have a mission to complete” – Boy Aged 4
“Wow look at this painting, I don’t have to paint the eyes because look there are stickers” – Boy aged 5
What our experts think
Paw Patrol magazine provides great entertainment for children, as it includes a
range of different activities and stories all based around their favourite characters.
The tracing activities and mazes help children practise their fine motor skills and
pencil control, as well as enabling them to practice their reading, writing and
spelling. The stories and colouring pages allow children to explore imaginative play
and, as they talk about what is happening in the pictures they colour, they can build
Younger children will need adult assistance to complete some of the activities in the
magazine, as they will need to be able to read to understand the instructions.
However, the magazine does include simple images to help children who are
learning to read understand how to complete different tasks.
Each issue includes two stories, which are a lovely bonding activity for adult and
children to read together. The magazine also includes a lovely sticker sheet and fun
Paw Patrol toy, which are both popular with children of all ages
– Practices fine motor skills
– Encourages imaginative play
– Builds vocabulary