Back in August 2017 we were introduced to Super Wings which introduced us to fun-loving jet plane Jett, who delivers packages to children around the world in this animated series, broadcast on Cartoonito and Tiny Pop.
Jett teams up with the Super Wings, a group of airplanes that can transform into robots to tackle new challenges and work through issues that teach problem-solving skills and the importance of cultural diversity.
Now there is a new Super Wings magazine, based on the award-winning TV series for kids to enjoy and we were sent the first two issues to review.
Like the TV series, the magazine follows Jett and his Super Wings friends as they travel the globe delivering packages to children. With each delivery, the characters meet new friends and encounter new challenges, which they must work together to solve.
As keen travellers, I love that the magazine references different countries with some basic facts, aimed at children in KS1. There are stories to read, handwriting practice and games to play too, which will keep kids occupied for hours.
Each issue of Super Wings comes with an amazing bespoke gift, and includes stories, puzzles, colouring and much more and Sebastian could not wait to break his new toys free.
Issue one comes with a seven piece pay set which includes a huge map which Sebby adores, whilst the second issue comes with a Jett toy.
Sparky is the brave fire truck in Dizzy’s Rescue Riders team and is a fun, interactive toy. Push down the side handle for lights and sounds; Zoey, a cute helicopter, launches out and is ready to rescue.
The ladder can extend over 18 inches, pivots 360°, swivels down to the ground and includes a front platform that fits any of the 5″ Transforming Vehicles. There is also a detachable ladder to continue role playing and the water hose also detaches fits in the characters hands.
Super Wings Toys are suitable for children aged 3+ and are available from all good toy stores.
Disclaimer: We were sent Super Wings to review. All thoughts and opinions are our own