My search for a Newspaper for kids started just a few weeks ago when every time I read the paper my daughter would just come and take it away. She hated me reading the paper as she felt I wasn't paying attention to her then. After a lot of thought I said why not get her a newspaper of her own and cultivate that habit from the start. I remember how my dad made me sit down every morning and just look at the pictures. That's how we all love reading now. So every time you think I wish my parents had done as much, think again they actually did as much, only you were too young to remember.
Anyways coming back to my search on the newspaper, obviously on the Internet its not god but Google who answers your prayers & questions. I googled and got to know of RobinAge. I was also lucky that my friends from the Twitterverse were extremely helpful. So if you are not following me on Twitter, Follow me now. @Kidsstoppress
Now you can read RobinAge on your tablet, smartphone or PC. To download the digital edition, log on to www.robinage.com/mobile
When I tweeted to Robin age they were kind enough to send me a few sample copies of their last issues before I subscribed to them. Its a lot of fun for the kids and here is why.
1. Great Content
2. There is mail that comes in on the kids name, which makes them very happy. They feel responsible & feel like they are adults too because they are reading the newspaper too
3. Its weekly with great quality
4. Great pictures
5. Great Content
Here is a little more about Robin Age and do visit their website http://www.robinage.com/
RobinAge is an award-winning weekly newspaper for children aged between 6 and 15 years.
It has been created to encourage the habit of reading through content that is interactive, informative, positive and engaging. RobinAge carries news and information on current affairs, science, history, sports, careers, culture and environment along with activities, puzzles and interactive projects.
Each issue also includes a special Each One Teach One supplement that children can use to teach someone basic written and spoken English.
Our Motto is to encourage young readers to
The Voice of Children
RobinAge as a Learning Resource