Less Clutter this Holiday – Sports Illustrated Kids

Now that we have three kids, I have to consider storage space every time a birthday or holiday comes around. There’s only so much room in our house and I want to do what I can to keep the house from being overrun by toys.

With the holidays coming up, you may have already started making gift lists. This year, my lists for the kids are made up of more enriching and less space-consuming products.  Memberships to fun parks, tickets to the zoo, books and a subscription to Sports Illustrated Kids.

 

Sports Illustrated Kids

 

I love that there are so many amazing female athlete role models for my girls now. My girls love reading about them and learning more about sports, so I know they’ll love the SI Kids subscription.

If you have a child who loves sports, be sure to check out Sports Illustrated Kids! It’s a great way to encourage kids to read and includes helpful tips from pros, fun stories, and awesome action photos!

Here are a few more great reasons to give Sports Illustrated Kids this holiday:

Reason #1: It’s the perfect stocking stuffer.

Reason #2: It promotes reading for children who are reluctant readers.

Reason #3: Each issue is full of exciting stories, photos and games that are a perfect distraction while traveling.

Reason #4: No gift wrapping – it’s delivered straight to your door.

Reason #5: It’s the gift that keeps on giving the whole year through.

 

Sports Illustrated Kids

 

 

 

 

Disclosure: I will received a year subscription and promotional material from SI Kids in exchange for this post. All opinions are my own.

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Comments

  1. Kim Hathaway says:

    We love sports and our kids do too. I forgot the had a magazine for kids. Will have to get them for birthdays! Thanks.