Our friends over at The Week Junior are on a mission to encourage families across the UK to enjoy a more sustainable Christmas – to ditch the plastic and glitter in favour of some homemade decorations. Not only will this help stamp out waste and save some money but it gives kids something fun to do. PLUS you could also be in with the chance of winning an annual English Heritage family membership worth £115!
To get involved all you need to do is help your junior to make something festive from old magazines, card or paper – it’s that easy! Take a photo of your creation and submit it via The Week Junior’s special entry form – you can see the full T&Cs there too.
Get inspiration from some simple ideas at theweekjunior.co.uk/makeitchristmas along with step by step ‘how to’ guides or create something completely unique – the main thing is you enjoy it!
The Week Junior and team would love to see some of your creations – share what your families have made with firstname.lastname@example.org or via social media tagging @theweekjunior with #MakeitChristmas – they’ll be reposting some of their favourites throughout December.
Start getting Christmas crafty here
Start something big this Christmas with The Week Junior’s Christmas sale. You can get started with 6 free issues (RRP £19.50), and a subscription gift card to give on the big day. It’s a gift that will help your juniors for the rest of their life, bringing joy through the letterbox week after week.
The Week Junior is the current affairs magazine for 8–14-year-olds. Delivered weekly, it’s filled with fascinating stories and information to engage curious minds.
To find out more & start something big this Christmas, click here
Read our blog by LittleBird Mum Alex and what she thought about her family’s Week Junior subscription. Read her review here
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