Amazing Kids! Magazine

Where All Geezers Go

Where All Geezers Go

By Micky Kopelowitz, Age 16, New York

It was grey outside. From the window, Johnny could see only long shadows, bare trees, and a sky like slate. It was a picture that made him feel cold.

Waiting

Waiting

By John Nguyen, 8th Grade, Kent, Washington

Only a couple more minutes,
Yet it feels like a lifetime,
I am shaking not physically...

Listening to Music While Studying

Listening to Music While Studying

By Ryan Traynor, Contributing Writer

If you're studying for a test, putting on background music that you like may seem like a good idea. But if you're trying to memorize a list in order - facts, numbers, elements of the periodic table - the music may actually be working against you, a new study suggests.

Pink and Purple Streaks

Pink and Purple Streaks

By Camille Lin, Age 12, California

I sit in the shallow water,
Tracing images in the soft, wet sand.
An explosion of gold.

Watch Where You Step in the Rainforest!

Watch Where You Step in the Rainforest!

By Enzo Monfre, SciTech Kids! Columnist

On my recent trip to Costa Rica we explored at La Selva Biological Station. This amazing place is one of the most important sites in the world for research of tropical rainforests.

Hearing the Same Tune

Hearing the Same Tune

By Sean Traynor, Editorial Adviser and Contributing Writer

Brian finished unpacking his clothes, putting them in the small closet the university had provided him. He looked around the room, observing the three twin beds and piles of personal effects, and he wondered how he could ever feel comfortable here.