Magazines for Kids
Here are some great magazines published especially for kids.
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Inspire, challenge and engage your kids with creative, activities and projects in the Action Pack mini-mag for kids. This downloadable high quality e-magazine is just for kids (and their grown-ups and siblings, too). There is no advertising in these magazines – just really great quality projects for creative curious kids who love to do stuff!
Back-To-Homeschool Magazine (BTH) is a new online magazine for homeschooled girls - and it’s FREE! Read about all kinds of topics in this fun and entertaining magazine full of great information, cool stories and fun topics! Want to be a part of BTH magazine? Submit your story, write an article, or send them a picture for a chance to be a cover model!
For over 35 years, Cricket magazine has delighted and entertained young readers ages 9 to 14. It is a 48-page joyride of fiction, fantasy, folk tales, adventures, poems, history, and biography. CRICKET magazine also offers its readers cartoons, crossword puzzles, crafts, and recipes. In addition, CRICKET features story, poetry, art, and photography contests that motivate readers to express their own creativity. The one thing you won’t find inside the pages of CRICKET magazine is advertising.
Highlights for Children Magazine is a gift you can feel good about giving. The experts at Highlights know how to keep kids reading, thinking and learning with a wide variety of fresh new stories, puzzles, crafts, games and activities each month. Give them "Fun with a Purpose®" and give them the tools to help become their best selves by developing a lifelong love of learning. All Ages.
Homeschooling Teen is the leading online magazine for homeschooled high schoolers and young adult alumni. Much of the content for this monthly e-zine is written by subscribers, and there are many opportunities for readers to regularly participate – whether it’s submitting book or movie reviews, sending in original short stories and poems, or writing a regular column. Each issue features a profile of a homeschool friendly college as well as a homeschooling teen member, homeschool graduate, or famous homeschooled teen.
Younger readers' imaginations soar with Appleseeds as they explore the history and cultures of people and places both far away and near. In addition to well-researched articles and carefully selected photos, each issue of Appleseeds features puzzles, games, recipes, and the opportunity for kids to join the AppleCorps and submit their own stories. Recommended for ages 8-11.
Designed to meet curriculum standards for history/social science while still being a lively and entertaining reading experience for young history buffs, Cobblestone is the recognized leader in the study of American history. Each issue is thoroughly reviewed by a consulting editor who is an expert in the field and contains well-researched articles, time lines, primary sources, and maps. Original illustrations and fun activities keep Cobblestone accessible for pleasure reading. Recommended for ages 9 and up.
Travel into the past with Dig as archaeologists and historians explore the mysteries of ancient civilizations. Full of exclusive scoops and photos seen nowhere else, each issue features articles about the latest archaeological discoveries, on-site reports from important digs, and special sections done in partnership with leading museums. Ages 9-14.
Highlights High Five Magazine was created to help you encourage your young child's development—and have fun together at the same time. Based on sound educational principles and widely accepted child-development theories, each monthly issue brings a 40-page, high-quality mix of read-aloud stories and age appropriate puzzles and activities that will help you set your child firmly on the path to becoming a lifelong learner. Ages 2-6.
Kids Discover is an award-winning series of more than 140 supplemental nonfiction titles for students in Grades 3-7. Now in its 18th year, each issue features a single nonfiction topic in the natural and social sciences.