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What’s it about: Teletubbies and their adventures in Teletubby Land
Where is it from: United Kingdom
How often is it published: Monthly
Teletubbies magazine is aimed at boys and girls from the age of 6 months up to Primary School age. It is full of activities that help little ones develop a wide range of skills whilst growing their confidence and development whilst having fun with the Teletubby friends, Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa Laa and Po.
The Teletubbies love each other very much and share big hugs. Each one has their own characteristics. Tinky Winky (purple) is very gentle, a bit of a dreamer and loves his red bag. Dipsy (green) loves dancing. He can always be found doing dance moves and he likes to pose in his black and white hat. Laa Laa (yellow) enjoys nothing more than a sing song and a dance. Laa Laa loves her orange ball and getting lots of hugs. Po (red) is cute and the smallest of the Teletubbies. She adores her scooter and rides it really fast. Her signature moves are a karate-style hand pose and a star jump.
The Teletubbies live in an idyllic land called Tellytubby Land where there are lots of talking flowers, trees, bushes and hills. Their home is inside a grassy shaped dome which has two pairs of doors in the front and back of the house and four windows. Inside the house is a table where the Teletubbies have their Tubby Custard and Tubby Toast, and there is a fun pink slide that the teletubbies use to go up and down. Each teletubby has their own bed and there is a Tubby Custard Machine for making Telly tubby custard and a Tubby toaster for making Tubby toast.
The delightful stories that are featured in the magazine make the characters come to life. The activities help with creativity, words and numbers and are great to do while your little ones are winding down or enjoying quiet time.
The middle pages of the magazine have a set of stickers which can be placed throughout the pages and parents often say that this is the first section of the magazine that readers turn to. The activities build on skills such as colouring, colour recognition, fine motor skills (removing the stickers from the sheet), and replacing words in the story with a picture so that youngsters can get involved with reading the story. Each issue of Teletubbies magazine has a fantastic free gift on the cover.
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