Faces Magazine Yearly Subscription
FACES is an elementary magazine that introduces children ages 9 through 14 to the people, places and cultures of the world -- from Siberia and China to Argentina and Sudan -- so they can get an honest understanding of how children in other places live.More...
FACES is an elementary magazine that introduces children ages 9 through 14 to the people, places and cultures of the world -- from Siberia and China to Argentina and Sudan -- so they can get an honest understanding of how children in other places live.
FACES is a valuable education tool for children who have interest in other cultures and the diverse people of the world. It delivers unbiased information about common customs, unusual foods, languages, rules of the road, important animals, art, housing, folk tales, games and more -- enough to make your child feel like a local. Each issue focuses on a different culture and includes editorial that incorporates authentic local voices.
As the 2016 GOLD Award Winner at the Parents' Choice Awards, FACES was called out for obtaining content from around the world that fosters curiosity and a sense of human connection by utilizing both cohesive subject matter, photography and text as well as opportunities for reader participation.
Give a child the world with FACES!
Kids ages 9 to 14 who have an interest in different cultures of the world will enjoy a subscription to FACES.
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This is a great and positive addition to our home. Each magazine is different and eye catching. The kids learn about all kids of things they never even kew they were interested in. We like to leave ours on the dining room table for a few days, and we all look through it for a while.
We bought this for our girls (who are all homeschooled) and they read every single word of it, and proceed to talk about what they have read. The excitement of getting something in the mail beats electronic delivery any day of the week! The food section has been put to good use in our house with our eldest researching the origins of the foods covered, and regional variations of same. She then chooses one of the foods and tries to recreate it. Yum. Good magazine.