Amazing Kids! Magazine

What the US Flag Means to Me

What the US Flag Means to Me

By Preston Cody, age 16, Oxford, Alabama

The highest representation of our honor and pride, and most significantly our freedom, the American Flag, adopted in 1777, waves down to the United States with great gracefulness and rises tall on a pole with historic justification.

Character Day

Character Day

By Odessa Goldberg, age 12, California

“Whatever you think you can do or believe you can do, begin it. Boldness has genius, power and magic in it.”
- Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Appreciate

Appreciate

By Angela Rivero, 8th grade, Kent, Washington

It all started when my mom and dad wanted a better education for me. My mom and brothers couldn’t come with to the United States with me because my mom didn’t have the required papers to come back to the United States.

From Within

From Within

By Grace Tang, Contributing Writer

It’s that time of the year again. Each year in November, North Americans takes a few moments of silence to honor those who have sacrificed their lives in wounded battles for our comfort today.

The Greatest Treasure

The Greatest Treasure

By Brian Ridgley, age 11, Louisiana, USA

During Hurricane Katrina, my house flooded and my family lost many items, including clothes, jewelry, photos, and so much more.

My Rubber-Band Bracelet

My Rubber-Band Bracelet

By Semaj Hollins, New Orleans, Louisiana

One day at the store, I saw a little rubber-band bracelet. I wanted it so badly.