7 PJ MASKS ACTIVITIES

Our kids love PJ Masks, so we’re excited to hear that the new, official PJ Masks magazine is hitting shops today!

PJ Masks magazine provides hours of fun, with 65 interactive stickers, a cool poster, the Cat-Car to cut out and make, a 3D board game to make and play and a special Hero Training section. Issue 1 also comes with a free Action pack (wrist launcher, camera, key fob and keys) so your fan can recreate their favourite adventures. Get your kid’s copy in shops today!

The team has given us 7 exclusive ideas to keep our kids busy, before we head out to buy it…

1 PJ Masks race: At bedtime, lay out your PJ fan’s pyjamas on the floor and time how long it takes them to get changed and zoom into bed. Sorted!

2 Hero challenges: Make everyday tasks easier. Kids not listening? Challenge them to use their cat ears. Or tell them to find that other shoe with owl eyes and pick up those toys with their gekko muscles.

3 Be a PJ Mask: Set them up with pencils and paper to create their own PJ Masks character based on their favourite animal.

4 Play Catboy says: Made even more exciting when Catboy says, “Do a super cat leap!”

5 Pyjama party: This one’s for those mornings when you can’t be bothered to get them out of their pyjamas. Find the theme tune on YouTube and let them whip out their PJ Masks dance moves, as you sneak off and put the kettle on.

6 PJ powers: You can’t make easier wristbands than a loo roll snipped into three. Will your small person colour theirs blue (Catboy), red (Owlette) or Green (Gekko)?

7 Hero adventure: Luna Girl, Romeo or Night Ninja? Which villain has hidden a hero’s treat (small toy)? Play ‘hot and cold’ to help your little one find it.

Tell us what you think of the new mag! We’re @5minutefun on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Article written by Monica Labrosse
Artwork: Immediate Media