Kids Animal Magazines
Get Kids Reading with These Children's Animal Magazines
Kids love animals, so children's magazines that teach about wildlife are a great way to instill a love of reading in young kids. Your kids will also look forward to getting something fun in the mail every month. Animal magazines such as Ranger Rick, Zoobooks and National Geographic for Kids have fascinating facts, great photos and articles written just for children. But parents may learn something, too! If your kids love animals, check out these magazines.
National Geographic Kids Magazine - Animals, nature, technology and more
The mission of National Geographic Kids is "to entertain children while educating and exciting them about their world." Geared toward children ages 6 to 14, National Geographic Kids is an interactive, multi-topic magazine covering animals, entertainment, science, technology, current events, and cultures from around the world. Regular departments include "Inside Scoop," "Amazing Animals," a kids' achievement feature, and a colorful seven-page "Fun Stuff" section devoted to challenging games, puzzles, comics, and more.
Click Magazine Subscription - Animals and the environment for kids 3 to 7
Click opens up a universe of wonder by introducing kids ages 3 - 7 to the world that's all around them. Click is abut the sciences, nature, animals and the environment. From the publishers of Ladybug, Click is written so that children will love the challenge of new learning.
Zootles Animal Magazine - The younger sibling of Zoobooks for 2- to 6-year-olds
Created for children 2-6 years old. Each issue includes a featured animal, number, and phoneme sound. Counting and sound recognition games are built in to the content, along with read aloud stories, poems and more! This magazine is so much fun, youngsters won't realize how much they are learning.
Free Issue of Zoobooks Magazine
Try before you buy
If you're not sure if your child is ready for an animal magazine of his or her own, you can try out a free issue of Zoobooks to see how they like it. Simply sign up for a one-year subscription, and you'll get one free issues, a free animal poster and some free stickers. If your child doesn't seem interested after the first issue, you can cancel and get a full refund.