About Magazines for Primary Schools
National Geographic Kids is a great magazine aimed at boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 14. The publication is packed with content which compliments the national curriculum making it a great resource for both teachers and parents to use with children. Each issue presents information in a fun and creative way, making it enjoyable to read.
Brilliant Brainz is a monthly magazine for children aged 6-12 featuring a whole host of different subjects. Each issue is themed, and the activities inside reflect that. There are pages dedicated to art, philosophy, music, science, wellbeing, nutrition, tech, and more. There is lots to enjoy and learn in this magazine.
Eco Kids Planet is a monthly magazine introducing children to the wonders of nature and encouraging them to protect their planet; the magazine is designed to mainly cater to children in Key Stage 2, aged 7 – 11. Each issue is dedicated to a different eco region packed with fascinating facts, engaging puzzles, beautiful photography, and engaging puzzles and projects relating to art and science.
Horrible Histories is a monthly magazine concentrating on the wicked, weird and woeful events from history. Each issue is stuffed with foul facts, funny stories, jokes, puzzles and comics. The publication is jampacked with the very best and most gruesome facts about some of history's biggest names, places and time, it is a great way to encourage a love of history.
Whizz Pop Bang is a monthly magazine inspiring 6 – 11 year olds for hour of science fun! The magazine s packed full of all things science written by science communicators. Children can become scientists with all the hands-on activities and experiments.
Animal Planet is a kids’ magazine with mind-blowing facts about animals and the world around us
Anorak Magazine is known as the ‘happy mag for kids’ that is aimed at boys and girls aged between 6 and 12 years old.