Magazines for Every Grade and Content Area
We have a magazine for YOUR classroom! Our literacy & language arts magazines for toddlers to teens build reading skills with selections from the best children's writers and illustrators from around the world. Our nonfiction magazines in history & culture and science & ideas bring the excitement of discovery to young readers ages 3 and up. Well-researched articles, magnificent photos, and hands-on activities make learning about our world fun and engaging.
13 of our magazines won Parents' Choice Awards in 2012
See our other awards.
Magazines by Content Area
Literacy & Language Arts
Cultivate the love of reading with selections from the best children's writers and illustrators
from around the world.
Ladybug: Pre-K to grade 1
Spider: grades 2-4
Cricket: grades 5-8
Cicada: grades 9-12
American & World History; World Cultures
Create excitement for exploring history and different cultures with well-researched articles, magnificent photos, and hands-on activities.
AppleSeeds: grades 3-5
Calliope: grades 5-9
Cobblestone: grades 5-9
Dig: grades 5-9
Faces: grades 5-9
Science & Ideas
Discover the natural world and cutting-edge science topics with fascinating features and captivating characters.
Click: grades 1-2
Ask: grades 3-5
Muse: grades 5-9
Odyssey: grades 5-9
Magazines by Grade / Age
Pre-K to Grade 2
(under 7 years old)
Simple stories, rhymes, cartoons, and articles support emergent readers and help them discover the joy of reading.
(Ages 6-9 years old)
Help beginning readers discover their world with longer stories, articles filled with fun facts, and learning activities.
(Ages 9 years old and up)
Well-researched, well-written materials for independent thinkers.
"A cornucopia of solid children's literature for parents and teachers keen to present youngsters with print materials that will stimulate their imaginations and help develop a lifelong love of reading. Have a look!"
- Chester E. Finn, Jr., John M. Olin Fellow, Manhattan Institute & President, Thomas B. Fordham Foundation, Washington DC