Getting snail mail doesn't really mean as much to children today as it did back when we were kids — but with the right magazine subscription, a trip to the mail box can once again become exciting.
Not only that, magazines can help get kids psyched about reading, too. The thrill of flipping through a fresh magazine can totally drive a new reader to practice words and learn about topics they might not normally be exposed to.
For young readers who want to be entertained and learn something new, here are our favorite kids' magazine subscription picks.
National Geographic Kids is designed for children ages 6 to 14. The magazine is published by the National Geographic Society and has been in publication since September 1975. With each issue, young readers enjoy a wide array of regular features such as "Amazing Animals," "Weird but True," "Cool Inventions" and "Guinness World Records." For the younger set, there’s National Geographic Little Kids, which targets preschool children ages 3 to 6. A one-year subscription (10 issues) for either magazine costs $15.
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