Magazines can help get kids psyched about reading. The thrill of flipping through a fresh magazine can totally drive a new reader to practice words and learn about topics they might not normally be exposed to. For young readers who want to be entertained and learn something new. Here are our favorite kids magazine subscription picks.
1. National Geographic Kids
National Geographic Kids is designed for children ages 6 to 14. The magazine is published by the National Geographic Society and has been in publication since September 1975. With each issue, young readers enjoy a wide range of regular features such as "Amazing Animals", "Weird but True", "Cool Inventions" and "Guinness World Records." A one-year subscription (10 issues) is $15.
This magazine, launched in January 1997, features nine cartoon characters known as the Muses. The articles expose kids ages 9 and up to history, science and the arts. Regular Muse content includes fun facts, a question-and-answer page and fun themes such as extraterrestrial life (外星生命), urban legends and pirates. A one-year subscription (nine issues) is $34.
This is an award-winning, non-profit quarterly magazine for kids ages 5 to 12. ChopChop is filled with great recipes, interactive games and educational food facts and is intended to inspire and teach kids to cook real food with their families. ChopChop received the 2016 Parents Choice Gold Award and was named