Since e-readers and digital versions of magazines are beginning to replace the paper copies of magazines we keep in those nifty racks, we thought it’d be a good idea to dig out our favourite digital magazines for kids, and put together a handy list for you! So, here are our top three digital magazines for kids:
TIME For Kids:
TIME Magazine has long held its reputation as a strong news source, with investigative journalism being a big focus. But TIME For Kids takes that one step further, packing in information on current affairs, homework resources and fantastic educational content. We particularly like the Kid Reporters and the great Printable worksheets sections on the website. You can subscribe to the TIME For Kids Family Edition here, which is stunning monthly publication that’s accessible via tablets and e-readers.
I happened upon Timbuktu Magazine while researching this story, and boy, am I glad I did! Created for kids between the ages of 6 and 10, and users can enjoy free content or sign up to peruse the paid articles and stories. It’s no wonder it’s won a bunch of awards, thanks to its bright and easy-to-read format.
National Geographic for Kids:
NatGeo is renowned for its incredible imagery and fascinating stories and the Kids magazine is no different. The website is packed with fun games and educational resources, while the magazine is informative and fun. There are actually two different versions of this digital magazine – one for older kids, and one for the preschoolers, aged between 3 and 6.
What digital magazines do you and your families subscribe to?