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Ask Magazine - 9 issues
ASK (Arts and Science for Kids) is a children's scientific magazine. Written for children 6 to 9 years old, it's the perfect way to introduce young, curious minds to science, history, inventors, artists and more!
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ASK features the best in science, history, technology, and the arts for kids 7 to 10. Readers explore questions like: Do animals have a sense of humor? What makes red look red? Why do we sleep? How were the great cathedrals built? Every issue includes cartoons, contests, projects, book reviews, and Web site recommendations.
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ASK is a magazine for 7- to 10-year-olds---the most curious humans on the planet!
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Ask investigates the world with past and present inventors, artists, and thinkers, and scientists. From the publishers of Click, Ask offers cartoons, contests, projects, Web experiments, games, and puzzles for kids ages 7 to 10 (grades 2 - 4).
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Ask investigates the world with past and present inventors, artists, thinkers, and scientists. From the publishers of Click, Ask offers cartoons, contests, projects, Web experiments, games, and puzzles for kids ages 7 to 10. Each themed issue of ASK invites newly independent readers to explore the world of science and ideas with topics that really appeal to kids: What makes wind? Where do colors come from? Were pirates real? Filled with lively, well-written articles, vivid graphics, activities, cartoons, and plenty of humor, ASK is science kids demand to read!
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Ask is designed to spark your child's interest in arts and science as Ask explores intriguing topics such as why animals sleep, why people love music, and how the solar system was formed. Kids love their subscription to Ask not just because the magazine is informative, but because it's fun. Ask is perfect for readers who are ready for more challenging reading, as well as any curious 6 to 9 year-olds.
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Challenge bright young minds and spark their curiosity with ASK Magazine (Arts and Sciences for Kids). Each issue lets kids in 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade explore the world along with great inventors, artists, and scientists past and present! Each issue includes puzzles, word-plays, activities, & more!
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Each themed issue of Ask invites newly independent readers, grades 3-5, to explore the world of science and ideas with topics that really appeal to kids: What makes wind? Where do colors come from? Were pirates real? Filled with lively, well-written articles, vivid graphics, activities, cartoons, and plenty of humor, Ask is science kids demand to read!
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