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Early Elementary Digital Magazines
- How It Works
- National Geographic Kids
- Spider: Stories and Fun for New Readers
Discovering Early Elementary Magazines (via Flipster)
ASK is the magazine about science, history, inventors, artists, and more, all written just for 6- to 9-year-olds - the most curious people on the planet!
The Highlights motto is Fun with a Purpose. In every 40-page issue, kids explore new topics, investigate fascinating subjects and find out about the world. A Every issue contains stories, games, puzzles, riddles, science experiments, craft projects and activities that are as entertaining as they are educational. Highlights has no third-party advertising. It is a commercial-free zone where your young reader can play, learn and just be a kid.
How It Works
How It Works’ expert explanations, dynamic cutaways and breathtaking images help its eager audience to understand and explore the wonders of the modern world. Making complex topics accessible for readers of all ages. Includes science and technology, transportation, the environment, space, and history.
National Geographic Kids
National Geographic Kids is a version of National Geographic, the flagship magazine of the National Geographic Society, that is intended for children. Exploration doesn't stop when you're home.
Spider: Stories and Fun for New Readers
SPIDER contains content uniquely designed for new independent readers. With pages filled with fun stories, poems, activities and illustrations by famous children’s artists, Spider will keep young readers engaged and drawn into the fun of reading!
Accessing Magazines via Flipster
To read Flipster on your computer, access the site (click here) where you can browse available magazines. To log in, use the standard log in and password for SAS research databases.
To read Flipster on your tablet or any mobile device, access it via the Flipster app, available through the iTunes store for the iPad and iPhone, and on the Google Play store for Android tablets. Simply download magazines to the app, where they can be managed and read offline. Once you're in the app, search for Shanghai American School and then log in. The username and password are the same as the rest of the SAS databases.
You can download and install the Flipster App from these links: