Everyone loves getting mail, especially young children! If you've never considered getting your preschooler a magazine subscription, take a look at these choices and pick one that you think your little one would like. They'll thank you for it!
We are huge fans of National Geographic in this house, and have been long time subscribers of the adult version. These 2 versions for children are just as good! While we don't subscribe, Lena loves looking at them when we go to the library. Unlike Zootles and Zoobooks, the focus is not exclusively on animals. There are other interesting and 'worldly' issues as well. National Geographic Little Kids is suggested for age 3-6, and National Geographic Kids is suggested for age 6-12. Your preschooler is likely right on the cusp of needing one or the other, and may depend on how interested they are in the subject matter and how solid their attention span is. Like many of the other magazines on this list, if you try one and find that it isn't a great fit, you can easily switch to a different version.
*If you read the Amazon reviews for these National Geographic magazines, you'll find lots of complaints about an excessive number of ads. Those reviews are OLD, and there are only a few ads in these magazines now.*
Do you know of any other magazines for preschoolers that should be on this list? Tell me in the comments below!
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