Preschoolers are full of questions—Why is the sky blue? How do plants grow? What do fish eat? CLICK magazine is the perfect introduction to the world of science for kids ages 3-6. Packed with engaging stories, factual articles, fun activities, and gorgeous illustrations and photos, CLICK takes the youngest budding scientists on a journey of exploration. Don’t miss the monthly “Click and Jane” comic strips or the takeout pages in the back of each issue, filled with exciting things to make and do!
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CLICK April 2019. Explore the many ways you can make music with everyday items, get to know the instruments in an orchestra, and discover some of the biggest and most unique instruments in the world. Learn More
CLICK February 2019. Where do inventors get their ideas? Meet real inventors, visit an inventor’s workshop, invent your own ice pop flavors, and join Click & Jane as they try to brainstorm new ideas! Learn More
CLICK January 2019. Let’s learn all about cold climates in this chilling edition of CLICK Magazine. From penguins to polar bears to Ptarmigans to predicting air pressure, your kids will walk away with a new sense of wonder about of some of our very wintery worlds. Learn More
Unleash your love of dogs with this p’awesome issue of CLICK magazine. Whether you have a dog, want a dog, or just have an interest in how dogs think, behave, and communicate, don't miss this doggone great source of information, articles, and stories about everything dog! Learn More
CLICK February 2018. With the 2018 winter Olympics here, there’s no better time to get your game on with CLICK magazine. Indoor games, outdoor games, and animal games—this edition of CLICK magazine is chock full of fun times! Learn More
CLICK May-June 2018. Focus on the fascinating world of flowers with this fun edition of CLICK magazine. From seed to stigma, you’ll learn the parts of flowers and the part flowers play in the ecosphere. Learn More