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Science Magazines and Online Publications

Post by Kiless » Sun Sep 03, 2006 10:55 am

http://www.cobblestonepub.com/magazine/ASK/ - Published with the Smithsonian magazine, ASK® encourages young readers to explore the world with the greatest inventors, artists, thinkers, and scientist of the past and present, discovering how the ideas that shaped our lives were formed. ASK® builds children's growing skills through puzzles, word plays, riddles, activities, cartoons, photos, and lively art.

http://www.odysseymagazine.com/ - Welcome to Odyssey™ Magazine On-Line, the Web site of the award-winning science magazine for young readers, ages 10-16!

http://www.yesmag.bc.ca/ - Looking for a way to further develop your child’s interest in science? Look no further! YES Mag: Canada’s Science Magazine For Kids is designed to make science, technology, engineering, and mathematics exciting and fun for kids ages 9 to 14.

http://hsb.iitm.ac.in/~jm/ - Jantar Mantar is a science bimonthly in English published by Tamil Nadu science forum since 1992. It is the only magazine that asks, and answers questions about the mysteries of nature, on the intricacies of man made structures and about the close relationship between the two. JM aims to relate science to everyday life and show children that learning science can also be great fun!

http://www.sciencemadesimple.com/science.html - 'Science Made Simple' - The science articles in Science Made Simple help kids learn science the easy, hands-on way. Includes fun science projects & great experiments using household materials.

http://www.csiro.au/csiro/content/standard/pps98.html - The Helix: a science magazine for ages 10+
The Helix magazine for ages 10+ brings you fascinating science news, feature stories, hands-on experiments and competitions every two months.

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Post by Pyrrho » Sun Sep 03, 2006 1:59 pm

Science News

http://www.sciencenews.org/

Science News is an award-winning weekly newsmagazine covering the most important research in all fields of science. Its 16 pages are packed with short, accurate articles that appeal to both general readers and scientists. Published since 1922, the magazine now reaches about 150,000 subscribers and more than 1 million readers.

Science News for Kids

http://www.sciencenewsforkids.org/

Science News for Kids is a new Web site devoted to science news for children of ages 9 to 13.

Our goal is to offer timely items of interest to kids, accompanied by suggestions for hands-on activities, books, articles, Web resources, and other useful materials.

Our emphasis is on making the Web site appealing by offering kids opportunities to comment on the subject matter, ask questions of scientists featured in articles, try out mathematical puzzles, and submit their own work for possible Web publication. At the same time, we are interested in offering teachers creative ways of using science news in their classrooms.
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Post by Pyrrho » Sun Sep 03, 2006 2:07 pm

National Geographic Kids

http://www.nationalgeographic.com/kids/

National Geographic Kids' mission is to entertain children while educating and exciting them about their world.
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