With the holidays quickly approaching, many scramble for gift ideas for children who seem to have everything. If you know of a child who is a sports fan, stop searching for sport gifts for kids and give the gift of a Sports Illustrated Kids, the magazine for boys and girls who love sports!
Whether that child likes to watch sports on TV, plays a school sport, or enjoys recreational sports with friends and family, Sports Illustrated Kids encourages kids to read all about their favorite star athletes and teams, get helpful instructional tips from the pros (like how to throw a spiral with the football) plus it includes humor articles, comics and activities. My 10 year old is entertained for hours and especially enjoys the double sided signed posters of the athletes, the cut out trading cards, and laughs hysterically at the LOL page. Giving this gift is an affordable educational option for the young sports fans as you can receive an one year SI Kids subscription in print and on tablet for only $19.95!
Sports Illustrated Kids provides kids easy to read articles kids enjoy while learning more about their favorite athletes.
More Reasons Why To Give the Gift of SI Kids this Holiday Season
- It’s the perfect stocking stuffer.
- It promotes reading for children who are reluctant readers.
- Each issue is full of exciting stories, photos and games that are a perfect distraction while traveling.
- No gift wrapping – it’s delivered straight to your door.
- It’s the gift that keeps on giving the whole year through.
Did I mention that Sports Illustrated Kids has won highest honors from the Association of Educational Publishers and the Parents’ Choice Award? So stop worrying about what you are going to give that sports loving child, and give them a gift they’ll love.
Disclosure:Our blog is participating in a sponsored blog ambassador program from Sport Illustrated Kids. As a part of this program we have received paid compensation, a year subscription and merchandise for placement of digital advertisements and specific postings related to SI Kids.