CRICKET Last month, I posted about Cricket Magazine.  They had sent me some samples and receiving them really took me back!  I definitely have memories of flipping through Cricket when I was a kid in doctor’s waiting rooms.

This month, I’m excited to announce that I’ll be working with Cricket for the next 3-months as a blogger ambassador for them. I’m kind of into the idea of getting my boys into reading magazines and going “old school,” as they call it.  I had put all of the magazines into my minivan and my boys have been loving flipping through each of them in between running from school to soccer practice to karate.

Their favorite feature this month was in Dig Magazine “Ways to Get Someone to Say the Word Underwear,” which had us all in hysterics.  My favorite, “hey, did you see that mouse just run under there?!?!”  (Try it out!  I think that mentally I’m sometimes 8 because we had the best laugh doing this to my husband.)

The entire Cricket Magazine line has something for different ages and types of kids.  Here’s some info on their magazines: Cricket Magazine is a literature & arts magazine for kids ages 9-14. They also publish Muse, which is Science & Arts for ages 9-14; Dig, Archaeology & History for ages 9-14; Spider, Stores & Poems for ages 6-9; Lady Bug, Literature & Arts for ages 3-6 and Baby Bug, pre-literacy for ages 6 months-3 years. 

As a part of my ambassador program, I chose DIG for my boys for the year.  I’m excited to check out future issues with my boys and share with you guys what we think!

Love the idea of a magazine subscription for a holiday gift!  Check out the Cricket website to see what they offer and which mag might be right for your kids!

Disclaimer:  This is a sponsored post.  As always, all thoughts and opinions are my own. 


  1. Enjoyed Cricket magazine as well. It has become a classic.
    and love sayings like “Old School”. . from ‘back in the day’.

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