good magazines for 13 year old girls

(11 Posts)
loopyloou Wed 18-Sep-13 18:32:58

My dd is 12 and we currently get Wonderpedia, full of interesting facts. I also like How It Works (I think it's called that). We used to have First News and Aquilla, but she wasn't so keen in Aquilla.

camilamoran Tue 17-Sep-13 12:32:35

Mine liked flipside.

Also used to get cricket and muse which are american - [[http://www.cricketmag.com/] here] - they do magazines for a number of ages and interests.

JumpMagEd Mon 16-Sep-13 16:58:01

Thanks for linking to Jump! Mag, Takver. flowers

Iamnotminterested
If your DD is keen on writing, we feature articles from our readers. I find that the Written By You section is one of the most popular. We are launching our second writing competition this week.

Although we are officially aimed at preteens, we do have a lot of teen readers and contributors.

Otherwise, you could look at Wordebite which is a fiction website with videos and blogs.

bruffin Mon 16-Sep-13 16:33:10

flipside Maybe a bit too sciency but both my dd and ds love this magazine.

Marmitelover55 Mon 16-Sep-13 16:27:01

How I loved "Jackie" back in the 1980s grin

booksteensandmagazines Mon 16-Sep-13 16:12:35

The Week is a good magazine- a weekly magazine that is a round up what has appeared in the news with comment, often comparing comments from different newspapers.

I have reviewed a number of magazines suitable for teens here:

www.booksteensandmagazines.com/browse/magazines

There is Wordsmith for writing but it is quite wordy as opposed to being broken up with photos/pictures.

Movellas.com might be a good website resource for teens interested in writing.

The link to movellas is:

www.movellas.com/

Takver Mon 16-Sep-13 12:23:02

A friend of mine used to get Mslexia, RedValerian - depends whether you're looking for yourself or dc (though would prob appeal to an older dd interested in creative writing).

Takver Mon 16-Sep-13 12:21:09

Also, my dd used to get NG Kids but swapped to the regular adult National Geographic magazine.

Its been good value, I'd say, and as well as general interest there's been quite a lot of things relevant to her school work.

I'd rather like to get New Scientist (for me!) but it annoys DH too much for family peace so it is a train journey one atm grin

RedValerian Mon 16-Sep-13 11:55:08

We subscribe to BBC Focus (science based) and have recently added BBC History.
I also would be interested to hear of any writing/books based magazines.

Takver Mon 16-Sep-13 11:41:27

Does she read Jump online? (Started by a MNer!)

Iamnotminterested Mon 16-Sep-13 11:31:28

DD1 has been subscribing to National Geographic Kids for ages but I think the time has come for a more mature mag, but one that is still edukashonal. DD2 gets Aquila but DD1 has never really bothered with it. Does anyone have any suggestion for interesting mags that would appeal to a bright ( ;-) ) girl interested in history, geography abd writing but not maths and computing?

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