Top 10 Best Selling Magazines for Kids
There’s a famous Chinese proverb “I hear I forget, I see and I remember”. Kids have a very fragile nature and their early stage mental development should be handled with extra care. A child’s ability to learn and grasp the knowledge of the world around himself/herself can be facilitated in various creative ways. So what best will play this role apart from books! Yes that’s right, a good educational magazine for your kid. There is a wide variety of best selling magazines available for every age with contents and learning resources appropriate for every age and simultaneously instilling in them the resources for gaining the first hand guideline before joining school. Here’s a quick view on the top ten best magazines for kids in the market:
Highlights High Five
The classic reputed magazine of its time “Highlights “launched its extension “The High Five “in the year 2007.Aimed specifically for the kindergarten and preschool kids falling under the age bracket 2-6 years. It consists of around forty pages consisting of various sections, each based on some educational learning in one way or the other. Contributions in terms of stories and poems by little wonders are included in every edition, as well as for learning and problem solving skills enhancement, small games and puzzles.
National Geographic Little Kids
Going down memory lane, we can reminisce going through our dad’s national geographic magazine in wonder over the vast variety in the animal kingdom. Well, good news is, the kids of today no more need to do that. The National Geographic Magazine has now launched its range for the kids aged 3-6 years. Published six times a year, its central theme is based on the various species of animals and nature’s wonders. Its text is easily readable for the younger lot and is specially filled with vibrant photographs and amazing facts to stir their interest and fascination. It also focuses on some key learning activities like number matching and animal puzzles etc.
A magazine meant for the kids falling in the age bracket of 7-10.It deals with topics related to human body, earth and nature. Every issue spark’s the interest of the young readers by including some weird or fun to learn facts or various sources of pleasure learning through game puzzles or contests and projects. It aims to equip the future thinkers, artists and scientists with the caliber, skill set and potential to achieve their dreams in the future.
This is one inspirational cool and latest trend follower magazine. Oh!i bet we can’t find a single girl in her teens and not in love with the American Girl! With its delightful designs and positive contents, it also caters the fun element with creativity booster projects and puzzles. Most importantly, inspirational and encouraging life-accounts of brave, courageous and daring young women are also shared for motivational purpose. Aimed generally for 8-12 year old audience in the ladies section, American Girl is an existent proof that not all is lost, our girls still adore toys and good readings despite increasing influence of Hollywood and Disney idols.
As the name itself suggests, Odyssey is a sci-fi magazine meant for the 9-14 years old generation. Launched by the famous editor of Astronomy, Richard Berry, Odyssey’s debut in the year 1975 was a great hit. Its distinctive feature is the magnificent photography-each issue covers one animal’s fascinating shots. Kids are exposed to such wonderful illustrations and subscriptions related to nature’s miracles that ever issue creates anticipation for the next one!
Zoobooks is yet another treat for the animal lovers. From a young age of 6 years up to 12 years, this magazine will make sure your child receives all the valid pointers and key information about his favorite animals. Filled with vivid images and helpful illustration, this magazine is a zoo at home. A 24 pages long magazine with no advertisements hassle, is usually based on one theme animal and every page contains relevant content to the animal. Isn’t it Amazing!
New Moon’s Girls
Published twice a month by the New Moon Girl Media, New Moon is not just a magazine, it’s a full package for the girls aged 8 and above. Apparently an internet forum too, each issue covers a distinct theme with related articles and news. Its most famous themes as yet have been, “Inner Beauty” and Girls Power of Pretend” etc. It is published in three areas, United States of America, Duluth and Minnesota.
Muse is a magazine promoting the scientific learning and artistic skills in pre schoolers. It’s a magazine that explores the world of fun exposure keeping aside the boring and redundant methods of teaching. Aimed for children aged 9 years and above, it was first launched in January 1997 by publishers of the magazine Cricket. Its publishing began from Chicago, Illinois and today it has readers spread throughout the world.
Time for Kids
A division of the famous magazine Time, Time for Kids or simply TFK is meant for children. From national news to cartoon strips and other interesting sections, it is an excellent source of entertainment for the kids. Also releasing special editions for various occasions, it discusses pertinent news in a manner easily comprehended by kids.
Sports illustrated kids
A monthly dose of sports news for the kids is what Sports illustrated kids is all about. Abbreviated as SI Kids, it particularly creates a humorous side to sports news. It was first launched in 1989.It is one of the best sources of gaining sports knowledge for kids.