Welcome Back Subscription: UK
The Welcome Back Subscription comes with the Which Way? coding game for just £5!
To welcome you back to OKIDO, when you take out a new subscription, you’ll receive the Which Way? board game for just £5. It’s the OKIDO strategy game that teaches coding skills to kids (4-8 years) as they play, and it’s usually £24.98. That’s a saving of 80%*.
Plus the July Summer Holidays issue comes with the new OKIDO Outdoor Adventure Book for free! Valued at £12.50 it comes packed with over 20 nature-based activities.
Altogether you’ll receive an extra £32 worth of OKIDO activities with a new subscription.
It’s a perfect way to keep children busy while learning skills during the holidays. You’re welcome!
Don’t miss out, claim yours before the 10th of July!
*80% off Which Way Game. Discounted price £5 (RRP £24.98). Customer pays shipping. Outdoor Adventure Book is free (RRP £12.50). Total value of offer is £32.48. Only available with a new 6 or 12 month subscription. Offer ends 10th of July. UK customers only.
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SUPER SCIENCE ADVENTUROUS ACTIVITIES
FOR BRILLIANT BOYS AND GIRLS
OKIDO puts creativity and art at the heart of learning about science.
OKIDO has activities for all stages of development to support children’s education.
OKIDO is fun and engaging for all genders, promoting equality amongst every child.
HOURS OF LEARNING THROUGH PLAY
There's always something to make in OKIDO magazine!
Each issue is jam-packed with different kinds of activities!
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OKIDO’s mission is to create the next generation of imaginative scientists.
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Rather than offering free gift gimmicks and stickers, Okido magazine is a magazine you can return to again and again, continuing to fuel children’s imaginations and creativity.
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