I am glad to let you know that the following additions to our periodicals collection are available at the library:
CLICK Magazine for Kids ages 3-6
CLICK children’s magazine presents science & nature for kids with fun characters, articles, & science activities.
Special Added Bonus:
Free with each paid subscription to CLICK magazine for kids comes access to bonus content on the CLICK magazine companion Web site. Play interactive games, read extra features, submit your own book reviews, comments, and more!
ASK Magazine for Kids ages 6-9
ASK children’s magazine explores arts & science for kids with fun, unique articles and activities.
Free with each paid subscription to ASK comes access to bonus content on the ASK magazine companion Web site containing contests and book recommendations that expand on each issue's theme, while Marvin and all his friends offer fun polls, games, and projects to keep children engaged and learning about their world.
MUSE Magazine for Kids ages 9-14
MUSE children’s magazine is the kids magazine about everything-past & present; history, science & the arts.
Special Added Bonus:
Free with each paid subscription to MUSE magazine for kids comes access to bonus content on the MUSE magazine companion Web site. Play interactive games, read extra features, submit your own book reviews, comments, and more!
FACES Magazine for Kids ages 9-14
FACES children’s magazine shows readers how kids around the world live, study, work, eat, and play. FACES magazine takes kids on a journey across the continents as it brings articles about the cultures of the world to their mailboxes. Each issue focuses on a different culture including stories about daily life, folk tales, and engaging articles about the history and traditions of the people and places. The stories and articles are accompanied by fabulous photography and illustrations, as well as fun activities, maps, folk tales, and biographies that are unique to the featured culture. Be it games from Samoa, maps of the Kalahari, or Palestinian folk tales, FACES has it!
FACES readers learn how other kids live around the world and about the important inventions and ideas that a particular culture has given to the world. Recipes, hands-on projects, and book and video recommendations help kids further explore each issue's topic.
I recommend you to check out these periodicals and their online companions to expand your teaching resources. Add back issues to your reading nests and book shelve. Encourage your students to check these out for free reading activities.
National Geographic Kids