Age Range: 3 — 6 years
Packed with fascinating information on topics that preschoolers love, CLICK is the science magazine for kids that explains how the world works, one fascinating topic at a time. If your children are curious about the world – from dinosaurs to space, nature to technology – CLICK is here to answer their questions using language and photographs that engage young minds and encourages a lifelong love of learning.
Little dragonflies do it. So do giant whales. What? Migrate! Find out how, why, where, and more.
Parents’ Choice Gold Award: 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2007
Parents’ Choice Silver Award: 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2010, 2009, 2008
Teachers’ Choice Awards for the Family: 2011
Take Your Child on a Journey of Discovery with Click Magazine
Introduce children ages 3 to 6 to science, art, nature, and environmental topics with CLICK, the science and technology magazine for preschoolers that makes science for kids both accessible and fun. Young children are always asking questions: What is an insect? What do animals eat? Why do birds migrate? Each issue of CLICK answers their questions about how the world works and takes children on a journey of discovery, one intriguing topic at a time.
With lovable characters such as Click the mouse and his pals as their guide, kids will tackle complex themes such as “Why do animals sleep?” and “How do wheels work?” through stories, articles, and activities designed to provide insight into complex topics, using age-appropriate language paired with beautiful photos and illustrations. Engage your curious preschooler with CLICK, the science magazine for kids.
CLICK Magazine is delivered 9 times per year by mail and digitally and features:
- High-quality, advertising-free, fun, and informative scientific articles and activities kids will love to read over and over again.
- 40 pages of content focused on a topic of high interest to preschoolers.
- Beautiful illustrations, startling photography, poems, activities, stories, and articles that open young minds to a lifetime of critical exploration and fun.
- Engaging characters such as Click the mouse and his good friend Jane the raccoon, who serve as guides through the entire issue, providing preschoolers with much needed context as well as the occasional giggle.