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Amazing Kids! PenPals Program

Posted by on Nov 18, 2010

Building a Lifetime of New Friendships, Two Kids at a Time™

A traditional letter writing pen pal program, available to all children ages 5-17 worldwide.

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AK! Contests

Amazing Kids! 2015 Summer Fiction Contest – Best Missing Homework Excuse Ever! – FINISHED

Posted by on Aug 31, 2015

Our Summer Writing Contest is finished! Click through here to see the winners!

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Amazing Kids! of the Month

Amazing Kid! of the Month – Matt Sarafa – May 2016

Posted by on Apr 30, 2016

By Catherine Cheng, AKOM Writer

Matt Sarafa, 17-year-old Fashion Designer

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AK! News

Amazing Kids! Amazing Summer “FUN”Raiser!!! – FINISHED

Posted by on May 7, 2015

Our Summer FunRaiser has come to a close! Thanks to all those that donated!

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Welcome to Amazing Kids! Online Magazine

The Amazing Kids! Magazine (mag.amazing-kids.org) is an award-winning online publication created by kids and teens like you! We are proud of the amazing creative work kids can do, and love showcasing it here on our website! Take a look and get inspired to write your own stories or articles! Submit them to us at: editor@amazing-kids.org. Be sure to read our Submission Guidelines first!

May 2016: Issue #99 – Memories that Matter!

May 2016: Issue #99 – Memories that Matter!

Fond memories impact us in interesting ways, causing us to sometimes change the way we view things. This month’s issue is called “Memories that Matter.”

In The Future

In The Future

By Justin Ho

“Wake up, Xk 2319.” announced a cool, feminine voice.

The Red Car

The Red Car

By Aidan Sheeran-Hahnel, age 11, Oregon

I am on the floor of my basement, a content five-year-old who has just had dinner;
I am rolling a red car across the floor, listening to the wheels clink as they hit the grooves in the tile floor.

Moving Chairs

Moving Chairs

By Olivia Pullen, age 14, Ohio

Late in the winter of my seventh grade year, a very difficult year for everyone, I was completely changed by one sentence.

A Review of DC Comics’ DC Superhero Girls Webisodes (First Half of Season 1)

A Review of DC Comics’ DC Superhero Girls Webisodes (First Half of Season 1)

By Sarina Patel, Comic Hub Co-Editor and Jr. Assistant Editor

As the first episode of DC Superhero Girls (DCSG) begins, we are treated to an explosive title sequence, with colorful silhouettes of America’s favorite animated girls.

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