Amazing Kids! Magazine

A Woman’s Plea

A Woman’s Plea

By Qirrat Ahmad

During the 1900s, some countries did not give importance to the roles women held nor their opinions. There was a prejudice that men worked outside the household and that women should be confined to household chores.

Jumping into Junior Year

Jumping into Junior Year

By Fatima Yousuf, Money Smarts Editor and Contributing Writer

I took a deep breath and slowly stepped into the large building as it towered before me. The bell rang, the sounds echoing throughout the halls of my high school.

Light Painting

Light Painting

By Aryaman Sheth, Photography Editor

Light painting is a technique which was taught to me at a photography course I took in late May. They didn't show me how to do, just told me the way to do it.

Dark Matter

Dark Matter

By Marc Quinn

Have you ever wondered how galaxies stay together? That is the kind of question scientists have been trying to answer for years.

Don’t Stay in School Explained

Don’t Stay in School Explained

By Marc Quinn

“[I was] not taught how to budget and disburse my earnings. I was too busy rehearsing cursive,” said David Brown, also known as Boyinaband.

The Reach Act

The Reach Act

By Ashley Lin, Nonfiction Editor and Adult Spotlight Interviewer

As a young child, many of my peers went to Montessori, got Kaiser flu shots, and ate Vitamin World gummies—it was normal.