The first week there was a mad rush for the letter box to see who could get their daily first! Rushing upstairs the boys would barely be through the door before they would start ripping off the plastic cover too see their Daily. I literally had to get them both off their dailies in order to have a snack and get the afternoon going with their activities.
Daily 10 though on similar lines as Daily 7 is clearly for an older audience giving more detailed information along with a little dictionary on the side for challenging words. It covers history, geography, news and includes relevant topics under each head. Though I did not personally get a chance to read much of Daily 10, I know my elder son really enjoyed reading it.
Another recommendation would be to cancel the Saturday issue, as I feel that the weekend is full of activities and family get-together leaving no time to read this issue. In fact the child should see it as a school-day routine to bring in the interest and discipline to read. Also I wish the plastic covers of the issues are replaced with eco-friendly paper envelopes.
To summarise the Kids Dailies are a great source of information, entertainment and motivation to read for children, who love receiving their own personal post everyday!