Odyssey does such a great job with their science magazine for kids. Check out the cover of this month’s issue for October 2011, with the theme “Slimes and Other Messy Science:” FUN, no? And here’s my article and activity, which appear on pages 20-24: Enjoy!
What has more kid appeal than a gigantic truck that drives from town to town looking for tires to chomp? One that cleans up the environment at the same time! Here’s one company’s latest invention intended to help clean up waste tires in the U.S. and Canada.
No, not the specialists who know a lot about children. Rather, the children themselves who know a lot about their chosen specialty. Is it better for today’s kids to be well-rounded generalists or hyper-focused elites? That is the question I examined over the summer. You can read all about it here. The risks and rewards Read More …
KONO is a brand-new martial arts magazine for kids ages 5-12. My article about nutrition tips for healthy bones, “Bones of Steel,” appeared in their May 2007 premier issue!
Extreme Treasure Hunting, which introduces kids to the fun of geocaching, was the first article I wrote for children. It was accepted way back in April 2006, but finally made its appearance in the May/June 2007 online issue of Wee Ones Children’s Magazine for ages 4-10.