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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

Posted by on Jun 30, 2017

Amazing Kids! Magazine is excited to announce that our annual summer writing contest is now open for submissions!

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Amazing Kids! of the Month

Amazing Kid! of the Month – Jake Marcionette – July 2017

Posted by on Jun 30, 2017

By Victoria Feng, Assistant Editor and AKOM Editor

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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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New Posts

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 Southern Touch: My Trip to the Carolinas, Virginia, and Georgia

The Southern Touch: My Trip to the Carolinas, Virginia, and Georgia

By Stella Prince, AK Adventures and Global Village Editor

The South is best known for rolling hills, wide valleys, and scenic routes that classically point out the states’ wide array of landscape and beauty.

Sarah and the Weird New Girl

Sarah and the Weird New Girl

By Davi Jacobs, age 12, Maryland

Sarah was very excited to go to school the next day. Mrs. Harris announced yesterday that a new girl was coming from across the globe.

Quiet Horizon

Quiet Horizon

By Aryaman Sheth, age 16, India

Extreme Optimism

Extreme Optimism

By Akshaj Mehta, Sci-Tech Column Editor

“I don’t take work written by parents,” my fourth-grade teacher told me blandly.

July/August Issue 2017: Issue #111 – Let the Sun Shine In!

July/August Issue 2017: Issue #111 – Let the Sun Shine In!

From the fragile emergence of daybreak to the pattern of evening sunlight reflected on water, the beauty of summer awakens our sense of possibility. This month, we embrace the optimism inherent in the season through our July/August theme, Let the Sun Shine In

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