Official Kids Mag

March 2021

Official Kids Mag is specifically written for kids ages 5 to 12. It contains activities and stories ranging from kid heroes, cooking, gardening, STEAM, education, fun facts and much more every month.

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31 ~ Frank A. Clark American lawyer and politician Real generosity is doing something nice for someone who will never find out. " " 50 Things to See with a Small Telescope by John A. Read If you're inspired to find out more about the sky and the stars, John Read's book 50 Things to See with a Small Telescope, is the book for you. This colorful edition explores the constellations with young readers, guiding them to dozens of galaxies, nebulae, and star clusters. Every page features a helpful "telescope view," showing exactly how objects appear through a small telescope or binoculars. It's a great guide for how to use telescopes and explore the night sky. Even without a telescope, this provides a useful introduction to star gazing. Two YouTube Videos In this episode of Crash Course Kids, Sabrina chats about stars, constellations, and how humans have used constellations to tell stories for a really long time. Learn all about constellations, including some of the easiest ones to spot, and what some people thought they looked like. Database of Constellations This resource page on constellations should answer questions about the stories behind groups of stars, where to find them in the sky, and when's the best time to look for them. Although not written for kids, this resource is a great help to adults working with kids. A pair of binoculars will help you spot what you're looking for. Kids Astronomy This is a great place for kids to explore the Solar System. There are FREE astronomy games, a Teacher's Corner and a page on the sky tonight. © Vicki Whiting March 2021 Official Kids Mag

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