Amazing Kids! Magazine

Something About the Air

Something About the Air

By Maeve Brennan

It’s quite a long way to the ground from here, I think. Not high enough for death, but most certainly enough for an injury of some sort.

Sorting Hat or Psychologist?

Sorting Hat or Psychologist?

By Leah Fasig

The analysis of psychological concepts to characters in fiction has a long history, most notably starting with the psychoanalytic literary theory based off of Freud’s theory of diagnoses through psychoanalysis.

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.

Measles Outbreak

Measles Outbreak

By Ashley Lin, Nonfiction Editor and Adult Spotlight Interviewer

What would you expect when you go to Disneyland? Fun, food, friends; Mickey Mouse; and Disney princesses roaming about. Never would one have expected what a family of five came home with: the measles, a potentially fatal disease.

How Can Courage Change Our Lives?

How Can Courage Change Our Lives?

By Daniela Santos

When was the last time you performed a courageous act that helped someone or yourself a lot? Maybe your act of courage helped someone or yourself learn something important.

Impacts on Intelligence

Impacts on Intelligence

By Qirrat Ahmad

Have you ever had someone in your class who aced every quiz and test? Maybe you called that person an alien or a genius. But have you ever stopped for a moment and truly wondered why your classmates were so smart?

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