The Best Magazines for Kids


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I love magazines, and for good reason too! Magazines are an awesome way to expose kids to literature, especially kids who are reluctant readers or who maybe need a little more time to process what they read. They also make great gifts, kids love getting mail. Providing high-quality magazines for your kids is a great way to expose them to new ideas and thoughts, but the key is quality. Not all magazines are created equal, so to help you get started here is my list of the Best Magazines For Kids!


The Best Magazines for Kids

Magazines for Kids – Preschool

National Geographic Little Kids

BabyBug (literature)

Ladybug (literature & art)

Click (science & art)

Ranger Rick (animals & science)

Highlights High Five (all topics)

 

Magazines for Kids – Elementary

National Geographic Kids (science, humanities)

Ladybug (literature)

Click (literature & art)

Spider (literature for newly independent readers)

Ask (science)

Zoobooks Dinosaurs (science)

Zoobooks (science)

Ranger Rick (animals, science)

SI Kids (sports, humanities)

Highlights (a little bit of everything)

 

Magazines for Kids – Middle School

National Geographic (science, humanities)

National Geographic Traveler (humanities)

Cricket (literature & art)

Dig (history, humanities)

Faces (Cultures, humanities)

Muse (science)

Cobblestone (American history)

Scholastic Choices (humanities)

 

Magazines for Kids – High SchoolThe Best Magazines for Kids - Secular Homeschooling & Gameschooling @ HomeschoolGameschool.com

National Geographic (science, humanities)

National Geographic History (history, humanities)

National Geographic Traveler (humanities)

Wired (technology)

Discover (science)

Popular Science (science & technology)

Popular Mechanics (science & technology)

 

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Meg Grooms, Gameschooling & Secular Homeschooling at HomeschoolGameschool.com

Meg Grooms is a long-time homeschooling mother of 6 children, ranging in age from preschool to married with kids of their own. Always a vagabond at heart, Meg and her family have embraced a slow travel lifestyle and currently call Southern California home. Your guess is as good as hers as to where they’ll end up next.

Meg blogs about secular homeschooling and gameschooling at Homeschool Gameschool.

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