These unschooler-recommended magazines for kids come from an online group of unschooling parents who share learning resources that aren't boring.
AQUILA children's magazine - Inspiring young minds. Aquila is a monthly educational magazine providing entertaining, intelligent, advert-free topics directed at inquisitive readers ages 8-12.
Big Kids Magazine
BIG KIDS MAGAZINE - BIG stands for Bravery, Imagination and Generosity. A contemporary creative arts magazine featuring the work of children and professional artists side by side. The senior editor is 10 years old.
Broken Pencil Magazine
Broken Pencil - The Magazine of Zine Culture and the Independent Arts. A guide to zines, books, websites, videos, and music, devoted exclusively to underground culture and the independent arts.
Kiki - For girls with style and substance. A fashion magazine and creativity journal for girls ages 8 and older. Create! Learn! Be inspired!
Make: technology on your time. A magazine for makers who bring a do-it-yourself mindset to technology. Make takes a highly visual approach to hacking projects.
Mental Floss Magazine
Mental_Floss - Feel smart again. This mag aims to be intelligent, but not so intelligent that readers aren't having a great time. It features right, left, and scatterbrained brain topics.
Muse - The magazine of life, the universe, and pie throwing. A member of the Cricket family of literary magazines for children, MUSE is different. It's a nonfiction magazine devoted to the sciences, arts, and humanities aimed at children ages 10 years and up.
Spider - The magazine for children. A member of the Cricket family of illustrated literary magazines for children. Spider is aimed at children ages 6 to 9.
Stone Soup Magazine
Stone Soup - The magazine by young writers and artists. Written and illustrated by young artists, Stone Soup is designed to encourage children to write and draw by inspiring them with examples of the best work by their peers.