Supernova, the mag for curious kids - Volume 8 Issue 1

Publisher: BK Publishing
Category: Children, Education
Language: English
Frequency : Bi-Monthly

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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.

Welcome to the new volume of Supernova! We have taken a step back and for a fresh perspective on your favourite kids’ magazine. It’s incredible how looking at something from a new view gives you so many fresh ideas. We have kept all of the favourites and updated some parts to make the mag even more fun-filled and fantastic. There are even whole new sections called The Big Picture (p.2) and Writing Whiz (p.13). All the short ‘n crunchy articles are now in the first half of the magazine. Check out Morse Code (p.20) and The Seven Summits (p.22). The longer features start from page 26. This issue’s feature animal is the southern ground-hornbill. Have you ever spotted one in the wild? If you have, you’re quite lucky because it’s quite a rare find. Find out more about it in Ant’s Eco Adventures (p.26). The longer features include some of the most bizarre coincidences in the world (p.32), the colourful language of some of our indigenous flowers (p.36) and the epic tale of ancient Greek myths (p.40). We hope you enjoy reading this issue! Send us a message and let us know what you think!


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