highlights for children
Highlights magazine is a children's magazine that is educational as well as fun and entertaining for ages 6-12 . This magazine is designed to keep kids reading ,thinking,and learning as well as enjoying stories.

Highlights five is for children ages 2-6. This magazine is designed with fun and learning for children to become creative and confident.

Highlights has so much to offer children with educational fun. Stories, problem solving, puzzles, arts and crafts , Science fun and experiments ,recipes for cooking and Hidden pictures. What fun for our kiddos as they learn. There is so much for children's minds and fine motor skills, for example arts and crafts will let children experience the joy of making something new. Cooking with your child will develop self help skills and offers real life skills.

Highlights offer educational toys including, reading, pretend play, arts and crafts, electronic learning, puzzles and games.

Highlights has included clubs you can purchase for your child. Hidden picture play, which way USA, top secret adventure,math mania and puzzle mania.You can go to the highlights website to order your magazine here.


What a great gift to give your child or grandchildren. Educational and fun!

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