What animal is a yeti? What is a narwhal’s tusk used for? What does climate change mean for animals? We’ve found the magazine to answer all of your kids’ burning questions on the environment!
We’ve been on an environmental kick lately: donating our knick knacks instead of throwing them out, and working to save water at home. But there’s more than one way to save the environment and one of the most effective ways is to educate our kids. It’s never too early for little ones to learn about the world, and how to save it and we’ve found a spectacular new educational magazine that does just that. Panda Junior is an exciting new monthly magazine that inspires young readers to care for the planet, right from their home in Singapore.
Great for kids age seven and up who are eager to find out more about the environment, Panda Junior highlights a new environmental issue in every issue. What’s more, each issue is jam-packed with science-based fun facts on exotic parts of the earth, and creatures both familiar and unfamiliar. Essentially, it’s the weird, wild and wonderful told in simple bite-sized information. We had a read through of one of their issues and it’s definitely an easy and fun read, even for teens!
Young readers will be occupied for hours with interviews, quizzes, competitions and home experiments to try out, giving them an in-depth view on environmental themes like forestry, plastics and wildlife. Plus, they’ll learn how animals adapt in the wild, what impact humans have on the environment and learn what they can do to make the world a better place. The best part? The magazine also comes with posters of wildlife that can go straight on our walls. Sounds like the perfect gift for curious kids, don’t you think?
Produced by WWF-Singapore, Panda Junior is your one-stop to all things environmental education. It’s the only magazine in Singapore that features both local and global environmental topics. Panda Junior also features local environmental organisations that are near and dear to us, like Animal Concerns Research & Education Society (ACRES) and International Year of the Reef (IYOR). Panda Junior also features content written by kids in Singapore, so who knows, maybe one day your little one will also be featured!
Get a FREE panda plush when you subscribe to Panda Junior for a year (10 issues, $68) .
This article is sponsored by WWF.