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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! Adventure Contest – Create an Adventure Story – FINISHED!

Posted by on Oct 31, 2017

The winners have been announced!

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Amazing Kids! of the Month

Amazing Kid! of the Month – Elayna Hasty – May 2019

Posted by on Apr 30, 2019

By Victoria Feng, Editor-in-Chief
Elayna Hasty, 17-year-old founder of G.A.B. Girls

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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!

The Trip

The Trip

By Julian Gray, age 18, Missouri

Having coasted on a cramped and uncomfortable plane for four hours to get here, I rise from my seat and walk towards the front exit. I step into the long, gray tunnel that shows its years; having long black lines across the sides of its carpeted floor.

Black

Black

By Chase Ringwald, age 17

Black
It can be beautiful
Or it can be depressing
It can be used as an expression

My Sister Amanda

My Sister Amanda

By Joshua Willenberg

It only takes one person to make an impact; Someone can change your life drastically. For me, my big sister Amanda did this.

June Issue 2019: Issue #130 – Shine Bright

June Issue 2019: Issue #130 – Shine Bright

This month’s theme is Shine Bright, which is about the memories you remember most every day or simply small times in your life that have made a big difference.

Banana Bread

Banana Bread

By Abby Park, age 13

Today grandma was wearing her usual clunky, rubber, pale green sandals. These were grandma’s favorite kind, since the soles were made out of cloudfoam.