I’m enjoying a subscription to Cricket Magazine as a Cricket Ambassador.
When our latest ASK issue showed up, my oldest dove right in. The theme of this issue is “Fairy Tale Science” – a great way to get kids interested in learning about arts and sciences in a fun and engaging way.
ASK is the magazine about science, history, inventors, artists, and more, all written just for 6- to 9-year-olds. It’s a great magazine that both of my boys can enjoy together because it explores intriguing topics such as why animals sleep, why people love music, and how the solar system was formed.
My boys love this subscription because it’s fun. The thing is…they don’t realize they are learning too!
For example; my oldest read the article, “Fairy Tale Science” to his younger brother over the weekend. They giggled and said, “Ha, bears and snakes can sleep for months at a time….so weird.”
But do you see? They just learned something new and they don’t even realize it! They read all about hibernation and how if scientists learn how animals hibernate, maybe one day people could hibernate too. Wow, wouldn’t that be nice?!
If you are looking for a last minute gift idea, a Cricket Magazine subscription is the way to go. There are lots of other magazine options to choose from depending on your child’s interests and age. Really you can’t go wrong with the gift of learning.
I have some exciting news! You can now save on your print/digital subscriptions. How cool is that?! Use the code 360AM1 at checkout to redeem the savings:
- For print/digital, the savings is 60% off a subscription.
- For print, the savings is 40% off a subscription.
Disclosure: I am a Cricket Media ambassador. As always, all opinions are my own. Read Life Without Pink’s full disclosure here.