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.
Magazines for Kids
Here are some fun, educational magazines published especially for kids.
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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.
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.
Kiki is a magazine for girls who love life, appreciate creativity, and recognize good ideas. Kiki shows you all the different ways you can be involved in design. Seven different departments blend style and artistry with intelligence and creativity. Each issue is not only visually appealing, it's also packed full of rich educational content that is just as edifying as it is fun.
MUSE is the science and arts magazine for kids that's spot on with the facts but off-kilter with the jokes. Explore the world in a fun way with MUSE! MUSE is perfect for readers who are interested in science, history, and the arts. Ages 9-14.
National Geographic Explorer is a classroom magazine for grades two through six. Its pages invite students to explore the world and all that is in it. This website provides an extension to the magazine and allows students to explore in a fun, safe, online environment.