Eldest was sent his first sticker
book and three packets of stickers.
Matching the numbered stickers to where they needed to go in the book
was great for helping him with his numbers.
Every sticker packet came with a special code, which was redeemable on
the online game http://play.clubpenguin.com/,
which unlocked some new clothing items.
This is the first time eldest has
looked at the Club Penguin online game and he enjoyed playing connect four with
another player. I liked the Internet
safety features for children because you could disable messages from other
players, so you know your child is quite safe on there. The game is free to play or you can buy a
membership of £4.95 a month to unlock extra games, events and activities.
A starter pack with three packets of stickers costs a
bargain of £1.99 and should be available from most newsagents. Further packets of stickers cost 50p
each. I remember when I was younger
trying desperately to complete a Garfield sticker book, it was my pride and
joy. Eldest was most excited when he
found one of the special glitter stickers in one of his packets. I think we might have to start thinking
about some pocket money for chores so he can save up to buy some more stickers!