The 13 we've picked offer puzzles, original artwork, fiction, science projects to complete, history, hands-on making and more — and there isn't a plastic cover-mount in sight. Sports Illustrated Kids Magazine Aimed at both boys and girls this magazine encourages your child with their sports by making sports fun and interesting. Frequency: ten issues a year Scoop is available only by postal subscription. Tinkle From the famous Amar Chitra Katha publications, Tinkle has been one of the oldest comic magazines in India. It has everything that a little girl or boy would wish for: stories of princesses, magic, castles or witches, fun activities, art and craft projects and even exciting stickers that they can decorate their room with. Hugely popular with primary schools, First News also offers online headlines for newshounds who want to keep up-to-date every day. Geared toward kids 8-15, Sports Illustrated for Kids contains photos, interviews, puzzles, games, and advice columns.
We offer a wide variety of subscriptions for boys and girls age 1 to 14. It is famous for its stories from mythology, Jataka tales, and the Vikram-Betal series that continue to fascinate children from all age groups. Sports Illustrated for Kids is a great magazine for the young sports lover in your life. It builds intellect, stimulates learning, arouses curiosity and keeps them engaged for hours on end. Wonderfully bright and bold illustrations and a comic-book style help to present National Curriculum topics in an engaging, memorable way for kids aged 7 to 11 and our testers were hooked. Interactive activities and puzzles make this an interesting mix for young readers. There are educational publications, activity and sports magazines, those dedicated to preteen and teen fashion, literary periodicals, and many other types of magazines that are related to the specific interest that you are looking to encourage in your child.
This magazine is perfect for the pre-teenage girl. Definitely not a five-minute read destined for the recycling, this is a magazine kids will keep and refer back to. Subscription offer: £1 for three issues then £16. Perfect for reading with younger children, and a very light and portable way to carry hours of entertainment in your handbag! Everything from food tech to geography, poetry and times tables is covered in , and there are puzzles, wordsearches and activities galore. Mocomag is a free digital online magazine that piques eager minds through animation, games and interactive learning sessions.
Frequency: published ten times a year Story Box, Adventure Box and Discovery Box are only available on subscription. Also available as a digital edition to read on a tablet 24 issues for £26. Designed for children aged 3 to 8, with a focus on science and arts, is incredibly colourful and packed with hands-on making activities, as well as informative. Subscription offer: an annual subscription is £59. With factual articles, puzzles and fun activities to expand general knowledge, is aimed at inquisitive, independent readers aged 8-12. Practical 'makes' like story dice or skeleton puppets, printed on cardboard-stock paper, are included with the issue, as well as colouring and doodling pages, stories and poems.
Find a magazine that your kid will enjoy and subscribe today. As a Parent s Choice Award Winner this magazine is perfect not only for the pre-teenage girl but also her parents! The magazine covers a range of topics from current affairs, travel and history to sports and general knowledge. Frequency: published three times a year Cost: £4. Independent readers will love to flip and read through the crisp editions. Toot Toot is for the little pre-schoolers. Image courtesy: Ideal for: 7 years+ 14.
What s nice about this magazine is its ad-free nature which allows you peace of mind that your child isn t going to be bombarded with ads trying to get them buying this latest beauty product and that latest gadget. The magazine is published in ten regional languages including English and Hindi. Tie-in lesson plans are also available to download if you want to explore a topic further with your child. The beauty of this best-selling magazine is that it s also interesting for you as a parent and might help you in some general knowledge quizzes! Engaging stories and informative articles interspersed with activities make this a wholesome magazine. Ideal for: 4 to 9 years Cost per issue: Rs.
Frequency: monthly Cost: issues are £6. Not only that but the actual stars of the magazine are the magazines own readers who can get the chance to write articles, model and be featured within the magazine! Ideal for: 7 years+ Cost per issue: Rs. It covers a wide range of subjects to cater to kids with varied interests. Frequency: published 12 times a year Cost: £3. Subscription offer: get 12 issues of Storytime for £33.
Simple stories, rhymes and activities that teach through fun and play make this magazine a fine option for curious and inquisitive minds. For a free digital sample of Magic Pot, you can send a request to magicpot mmp. There's no advertising, just lots of interesting, bite-sized content — interviews, quizzes, comic strips, stories, art projects and more. Ideal for: 3 to 6 years Cost per issue: Rs. With stories about popular athletes, columns about rules and regulations, and articles about how to play various sports, the magazine is a valuable resource for sports enthusiasts. From news to nature, science to geography, and film to coding, it covers a huge range of topics and keeps kids in the loop about what's happening in the world in an engaging, age-appropriate way.
Subscription offer: an annual subscription is £49. So why not take a look at our unofficial list of top ten popular magazines for children to get a good indication as to what magazines children seem to get the most out of? A small note by the editor for every story gives it a personal touch too. Subscription offer: get four issues for £1, then pay £28. Aimed at children aged 8 to 12, is designed to get kids reading and excited atbout the world around them. Ideal for: 7 years+ Cost per issue: Rs. Short comic features, puzzles, science experiments, quizzes, and even quick food recipes break the monotony to keep this a breezy yet educative read. Keep them supplied with new issues! Image courtesy: Ideal for: 3 years+ 2.
Each story also comes with a small photo and description of the story contributor. We love to see what Highlights kids can do! This magazine is fantastic for girls growing up, learning to cope with their changing bodies and their confidence whilst giving them fashion tips and other advice. With well-researched articles authored by the experts, the magazine covers subjects like history, science and nature. Modal verbs, adverbials, Victorians, addition and subtraction methods and more — it all comes to life in a funny, fact-filled package and there are subject posters to summarise the main points — a brilliant idea. Robin Age for younger readers. Image courtesy: Ideal for: 7 years+ Cost per issue: Rs. A brilliant and educational read.