National Geographic Kids
Best suited for ages 6-14, a subscription to National Geographic Kids will have them jumping on the spot when the mailperson arrives. They'll pore over pages of cute animals, plus tons of puzzles, games and quizzes. Expect bite size chunks of wildly interesting facts about the world for younger minds.
Subscribe to National Geographic KiDS from $46.
Double Helix magazine
Double Helix magazine is produced by Australia's renowned scientific bureau, CSIRO. It's for ages 8-14 years and explores fascinating aspects of science, technology, engineering and maths. A great subscription to give those young ones with fervent minds.
Subscribe to Double Helix from $38.
Teen Breathe is an immediate breath of fresh air, starting with its beautifully designed covers and relevant topics to satisfy and support young minds age 9-18 years. Teen Breathe covers issues such as social media and making friends, while providing an outlet for creativity and calmness with its activities and ideas for staying positive.
Subscribe to Teen Breathe from $49.
Australian Geographic Explorers
Australian Geographic Explorers is for kids who love to ask 'why?' and understand their immediate environment and the world around them. Produced by parent magazine, Australian Geographic, the title emphasises Australian wildlife and nature and includes animal fact files and activities, plus broader features on science and even jokes. You also receive a free poster with every issue, another reason to organise a subscription this Christmas and create the ideal gift.
K-Zone is the magazine for boys and girls who just love their popular culture stars and heroes and all the fanfare that goes with it! This magazine subscription is for young ones age between 6-13 years with everything from Batman, Star Wars, Pokemon and Mario Brothers to pranks and gags, puzzles, quizzes and sport.
Subscribe to K-ZONE from $33.
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