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'Supernova, the mag for curious kids' is an educational magazine, targeted at children between the ages of 9 and 14. This bi-monthly publication aims to make children aware of issues which affect them, their community and the environment, by giving them tools and inspiration to become active and responsible world citizens. The content of the magazine is fun, informative and entertaining to inspire a culture of life-long learning. Content includes subjects such as ecology, history, sports, science, world cultures, arts and social issues. The magazine loosely follows and enhances the school curriculum, and is used by educators as a classroom resource.
There’s a coming-of-age here at Supernova with this issue. the beginning of something new and exciting. Just like the life-cycle of a frog, many strange and confusing things need to happen before there’s a perfectly formed adult frog. Even history and human development goes through cycles: take a look at the history of cars, and reflect on the electrifying future! Find out how Frida Kahla struggled to overcome many personal challenges to become a wonderful artist, and explore the myths and stories we’ve passed down over the generations to make sense of the world around us. Sometimes you might feel like you’re on the dark side of the moon, but learn to embrace and even appreciate change and the hiccups of growth in this issue of Supernova. Happy reading! In this issue: The Life Cycle of Frogs and Toads The Dark Side of the Moon A Timeline of the History of Cars All About the Life of Frida Kahlo Big Cats and Why They Need Your Help Freaky Foods of SA Indoor Skydiving Flags of the World, part 1 Stonehenge How to Write in the Tragedy Genre How to be a Magician Myths and Stories from South Africa’s Past And as always… much much more.