Magazines for Kids
Trying to encourage your kids to read?
Magazines for kids encourage children to read.
Children are attracted to their colorful layouts and large images.
Children's magazines help build a lifelong love of books and give children opportunities to listen comfortably to a story for 5 to 10 minutes, to solve problems, to follow directions, to attempt to read stories and to recognize letters and words.
Many magazines are humorous and have enough appeal to compete with television.
Encourage reading with these children's magazines...
Ladybug magazine helps children from ages three to six learn to read. Each 40-page issue has stories and poems to read aloud that are written by some of the world's best children's authors and illustrated by award-winning artists. The magazine has activities, games, songs, and recurring appearances by characters. Every page of Ladybug magazine is beautiful, colorful and a delight to read. Each issue is filled with charming characters, games, songs, poems and stories.
Babybug magazine begins a lifelong love of books for infants and toddlers. It is filled with colorful pictures and simple rhymes and stories that babies and parents will delight in reading together.
Highlights for Children Magazine
This magazine has puzzles, science projects, jokes and riddles that challenge young minds, and also includes regular features like Hidden Pictures, The Timbertoes, and Goofus and Gallant. Highlights for Children magazine is recommended for kids ages 6 to 12.
Highlights High Five Magazine
Highlights High Five magazine promotes reasoning, problem solving and creative self-expression. Each issue features activities, puzzles and simple non-fiction for preschoolers. Highlights High Five is recommended for kids ages 3-5.
This magazine for kids introduce preschoolers to the best in read-aloud stories, hidden pictures, connect-the-dots, coloring pages and simple science. Kids love them! Parents, too!
Humpty and his crew of schoolyard chums are the stars of this magazine. Kids, ages 5-7, explore their very own magazine, complete with games, puzzles, activities, rebus stories and more. Plenty to do and plenty to share with Mom and Dad.
Preschool Playroom magazine includes drawing, matching, counting and reading activities for preschoolers. Each issue of Preschool Playroom magazine features beloved characters like Mr. Potato Head and Peter Rabbit to make learning fun.
Click magazine introduces kids to the world that's all around them. It is a magazine about the sciences, nature and the environment and is written so that children will love the challenge of new learning.
Why purchase magazines for kids?
- They are age specific
- They cover many subject areas
- The stories are short, great for short attention spans
- Magazines are current as they have a shorter publication time than a book
- Magazines are often theme oriented
- Many allow children to submit material
- Magazines for kids contain non-fiction articles as well as fiction
- Many magazines have web sites with further activities for children
- Children's magazines encourage a love of reading and problem solving