Amazing Kids! Magazine

Cooking Madness

Cooking Madness

By Cathy Yan, Amazing Kids! Adventures Editor

I’ve been cooking since forever, tinkering with E-Z Bake Ovens and semi-edible confectionaries since the young age of six.

Summer Adventures

Summer Adventures

By Paul Ngu, Amazing Kids Adventures and Global Village Editor

As summer approaches, many kids and teenagers may find that they have more time on their hands. One great way to make use of the extra time is to go on a bit of an adventure and travel.

Exploring in the Desert

Exploring in the Desert

By Sean Traynor, Editorial Adviser and Contributing Writer

This spring break I wanted to explore some place new. I had been to the deserts of Southern California but decided to try out the Arizona landscape this time.

A Visit to Morningstar Wildlife Rehabilitation

A Visit to Morningstar Wildlife Rehabilitation

By Charlotte McCombs, age 10, Arkansas

It was raining when we drove up the driveway to the Morningstar Wildlife Rehabilitation in Gravette, AR, almost an hour away from where we lived.

New-York Historical Society

New-York Historical Society

By Paul Ngu, Amazing Kids Adventures and Global Village Editor

The New-York Historical Society is home to New York City’s oldest museum and one of the most fascinating children’s museum in New York. On my recent visit there, I was able to explore artwork, sculptures, and artifacts that pay homage to not only New York, but the distinctive history of America.

The Biathlon

The Biathlon

By Kyle Grebb, 10, Ohio

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