Cool journals for kids: 10 Best Journals for Kids to Boost Their Emotional Intelligence


10 Best Journals for Kids to Boost Their Emotional Intelligence

Inside: Blank journals can work for teens and adults, but most kids need more support for journaling to work well. Here are the best journals for kids that will help your child get all the emotional benefits of journaling for kids.

Some mornings before school, my daughter won’t eat her breakfast, no matter what I say.

“You’re going to be starving when you get to school.”
“This is your last chance to eat for six hours.”
“You won’t be able to focus on anything if you’re hungry.”

She’ll take a bite or two to get me off her back, but that’s it.

Or on other days, she gets home from school, grabs a book, and heads straight for a quiet spot to read, barely acknowledging me or her sisters.

In both situations, I used to needle her for an explanation: What’s wrong? Did something happen today? What are you worried about?

But that never worked, and eventually I got the message.

Because when you’re in the middle of real emotional upset, you don’t exactly want someone following you around and incessantly bugging you about it.

What You Don’t See As a Parent

My child happens to show every bit of emotional upset outwardly, but every child experiences big emotions on a regular basis that they don’t know how to talk about or process on their own.

For example:

  • Another kid might have said something mean to your child, and it’s been eating at her all day.
  • Your child might have received a homework or test grade that made him feel like a
  • Her class might have been running late on their schedule today, meaning your child had to rush through lunch and didn’t get to take a bathroom break mid-day.
  • He might be stressed about having to speak in front of the class soon or about a big project he doesn’t know how to get started on.
  • She might have heard about a birthday party her friends are going to but that she didn’t get invited to.

Every day, our kids encounter moments like this that leave their little hearts bruised.

As parents, we typically don’t know about these moments, and our kids don’t necessarily know how to bring up what happened in a positive, proactive way. Which makes sense because some adults don’t even know how to do that!

So how can we help our kids process these emotions and move forward?

Because if I’ve learned anything from watching Frozen 42 gabazillion times, it’s that “conceal don’t feel” is not a recipe for emotional wellbeing.

And as it turns out, research shows that kids who have a healthy emotional intelligence do better in school, have more positive relationships, and develop more empathy.

Related: 150 Family Conversation Starters That Will Unlock Your Child’s Heart

How to Help Your Child Learn and Grow From Challenging Moments

Asking a direct question like, “Did anything happen today that upset you?” usually doesn’t work, and as I learned, needling your kid until they spill the beans isn’t terribly effective either.

But about a year ago, I stumbled on one essential tool for my parenting toolbox that’s helped my daughter process big and small emotional bumps in the road: journals for kids.

Journaling is a powerful tool for coping with emotions – for kids and adults – because:

Not to mention journaling is an excellent (and fun) way to help your child build your writing and communication skills. Many kids get discouraged by the experience of writing in a school setting because they get negative marks for grammatical errors or misspellings instead of encouragement for expressing themselves. Journaling gives kids a positive and healthy way to express themselves without fear of doing it “wrong.”

And yet, as effective as journaling is, you can’t just throw a blank journal at your child and expect magic to happen.

Related: 7 Best Family Bonding Games That Will Help You Reconnect Quickly {Printable}

10 Best Journals for Kids That Will Boost Your Child’s Emotional Intelligence

Blank journals can work for experienced journalers, but most kids need more support for journaling to work well.

The problem is if you go search Amazon for “journals for kids,” you’ll get a whole slew of results to wade through. How do you know which journals for kids are the best ones? How do you find the kids’ journals that will actually help your child get all those emotional benefits of journaling?

In my family, we’ve taken several kids’ journals for a test drive, plus I’ve been kind of obsessive about asking friends and family if their kids use a journal, which one they use, and if their kids enjoy it and keep up with the journaling.

The list below is the culmination of our own personal experience as well as the experience of many other families – so you don’t have to wade through hundreds of Amazon reviews to find out which journals for kids are the absolute best.

1. Just Between Us: Mother & Daughter

or Between Mom and Me: A Mother Son Journal

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One of the best ways to ease your child into journaling is by joining her with a shared journal. We have personally used this mother-daughter journal, and my friends with boys have loved this journal for mothers and sons.

You take turns with your child writing in this journal, and in the process, you find out what’s weighing on your little one’s heart. Of all the journals for kids on this list, this one has been our personal favorite because it gives you a magical way to get your kid to open up about what’s going on so you can stay connected.

For a “dad and me” writing journal for kids that builds the father-child relationship, check out Love, Dad and Me: A Father and Daughter Keepsake Journal and Between Dad and Me: A Father and Son Keepsake Journal.

2. Mom and Me: An Art Journal to Share or Draw with Me, Dad!

A similar journal that a few of my friends rave about is this gorgeous mom and me art journal.

One of the co-authors is a licensed art therapist, so the book includes tips on how to start an open conversation with your child, the best ways to communicate when you’re creating side-by-side, and more.

Draw with Me, Dad! is from the same publisher but written by a different author who’s a licensed psychologist.

If your child isn’t ready for a writing journal quite yet, these art journals for kids give you a

fun way to dip your toe into the world of journaling for kids.

3. Q&A a Day for Kids or for Teens

This is another favorite in our family. You can fill it out as a family, or each child can have their own journal to fill out.

Here’s how it works: Every day, you answer one question from the book. You record up to three years of answers on the same page, which means after a year you get to see the answers from the previous year. Adorable!

This is how we started ours when we first got it:

If you love this journal idea, you can also get a version of this journal for couples and one specifically designed for moms.

4. Me: A Compendium

In this journal, kids draw or write to fill in the prompts on each page. The illustrations are gorgeous, and the simple design makes this journal the perfect fit for preschoolers, kindergarteners, and early grade schoolers.

The prompts on each page are fun and keep kids engaged, from “This is my favorite thing to say” to “If I had a robot, I would program it to…” and “These are my top three ice cream flavors.”

After your child fills out this journal, it makes a one-of-a-kind keepsake.

5. Time Capsule

With prompts like “How to have the best day ever” and “How to fix the worst day ever,” this kids’ journal is for an older crowd than Me: A Compendium. The publisher recommends ages 8 and up, but I’ve heard from parents whose kids enjoyed this starting at the age of 6.

A few parents reported that this journal was particularly great for getting reluctant writers excited about writing, which is a fun bonus of journaling for kids.

6. Choose Kind Journal

If your child enjoyed the bestselling book Wonder or the movie based on the book, this journal is a lovely tie-in.

The journal includes daily prompts to inspire kids to “do one wonderful thing every day,” from writing a compliment for someone else on a Post-It Note, to reflecting on someone who’s taught you something you’ll always remember, to a challenge like, “How many smiles can you give out today?”

The prompts also feature quotes from the book, so this journal would be best for kids who’ve already read the book or seen the movie.

7. I Love Science

This journal is tailored to kids who like to tinker, discover, and experiment. It’s from the same author as the bestselling (and gorgeous!) Women in Science book that features 50 profiles of famous female scientists. (The journal is geared towards girls, but I know of a couple parents who got it for their boys who love science, too. )

The book includes inspirational quotes from famous scientists, fascinating infographics, and writing prompts like “What is a challenge you’ve overcome recently?”

Many of the pages include just a quote and no writing prompt, so this journal would be the best fit for a child who feels comfortable with journaling without a prompt.

8. Rip the Page!

For kids who enjoy creative writing, this journal includes writing prompts, notes of encouragement from famous authors, and fun activities for getting your creative juices flowing.

This journal will definitely get your child thinking outside the box when it comes to writing and creating. I’ve also heard from some teachers who’ve used this journal to create their writing lesson plans.

9. Journal Sparks

When your child is ready to move beyond the fill-in journal style for younger kids, this is the perfect companion to go along with their first blank journal.

This collection of creative journal prompts includes ideas for both art and writing entries. Some parents enjoy using this alongside their child to journal together – and some parents just flat-out steal their kid’s copy when they’re at school or asleep.

Pair this book of creative prompts with a blank, unlined journal like this beautiful leather journal that comes in several colors and sizes.

10. The Blank Comic Book

This blank comic book is a fun twist on a blank journal that will spark your child’s creativity – the blank panels encourage kids to design their own comic book.

This journal is especially perfect for kids who love comic books and graphic novels.

I’ve also heard from friends that these blank comic books work well for a wide age range because preschoolers can draw a story without having to write words, and teens can get pretty detailed in their storytelling.

Your Turn

What are your favorite journals for kids? Share in a comment below!

Best Children’s Journals: to develop Confidence, Gratitude & Happiness

We don’t hold much truck with the New year, new you mantra, but skipping into January with some positive affirmations and a few new confidence boosting tricks up our sleeves can never be a bad thing and that goes for children too.

With mounting evidence that kids need time-out from the crazy whirl of screen time, busy social lives (more virtual than IRL at the moment) and the inevitable stresses that come hand in hand with school and learning about friendship, parents are looking for ways to encourage their children to take stock, unwind, boost their confidence and find gratitude.

Enter the children’s gratitude journal!

And gratitude is the key word here. Plenty of research shows that regularly writing down what you are grateful for – no matter how small – can help build positivity, optimism and self esteem as well as reducing stress and even helping you sleep better. It is no surprise that the gentle, yet purposeful act of putting pen to paper is an antidote to over-stimulating tech and social media as well as a great way for children to feel physically in control of their feelings.

Whether you think your child needs a boost and could do with reminding that there are in fact, lots of great things in their life to celebrate and you want to help them visualise a bright future or you’re coming from a different angle and think they’ve been a little spoilt and have lost their appreciation of the simple joys in life, a gratitude journal could be a great way of helping a child to reflect and take some valuable time out.

If you’re worried that this all sounds a bit too serious for your child, there are lots and lots of really fun and funny journals that will engage kids and make them laugh at the same time as creating an opportunity to think positively and re-set.

Here are Junior’s favourite children’s journals for a happy, healthy mind, all year long…

The HappySelf Journal: A Daily Journal to Promote Happiness, Develop Positive Habits and Nurture Enquiring Minds

>> The HappySelf Journal also scooped a Junior Design Awards in 2020

  • WE SAY: The HappySelf Journal is an excellent tool to help your child develop their emotional awareness and develop the tools and habits that will continue to support their mental and emotional wellbeing.
  • IDEAL FOR: 6-12 yrs
  • SHOP HERE: £19.90, The HappySelf Journal

We also recommend for older children and teens: The HappySelf Journal for children aged 12+

Make Someone Happy and Find Your Own Happiness Along the Way: A Creative Kindness Journal (for teens to adult) by Emily Coxhead 

  • WE SAY: With delightful signature illustrations we have come to love from Coxhead – this book focuses on the simple, bright and sometimes small spots that are often overlooked every day
  • IDEAL FOR: 12+
  • SHOP HERE: £7. 99, Amazon

You Are Awesome Journal: Dare to Find Your Confidence (and maybe even change the world) by Matthew Syed 

  • WE SAY: An interactive journal full of life hacks, challenges and activities to give kids the confidence to come up with their own plan of action to be the best they can be.
  • IDEAL FOR: 7-11 yrs
  • SHOP HERE: £6.35, Amazon

  • WE SAY: Emotions like sad, happy, angry, lonely, worried, scared and excited can seem big and complex to children but, the more they understand them, the better they can become at managing them. In this journal kids will say learn to ‘meet’ these moods with interactive exercises, practical tips and notes
  • IDEAL FOR: 7-12yrs
  • WE SAY: Developed by Psychotherapist Annabel Rosenhead and Parenting Expert and best-selling Author Nadim Saad, this beautifully illustrated, full colour journal offers children different inspiring quotes and questions every day.
  • IDEAL FOR: 7 yrs+
  • SHOP HERE: £7.85 Amazon

The Book of You Baby and childhood journal and Memory book 

>>  This title also scooped  Junior Design Awards in both 2019 & 2020

  • WE SAY: A stunning keepsake handmade linen-bound journal that documents those precious memories, thoughts and feelings – the pages give children the flexibility to fill in as much or as little as they like – or you can do it together.
  • IDEAL FOR: 0-16yrs
  • SHOP HERE: £25, Urban Makers

The 3-Minute Gratitude Journal for Kids: A Journal to Teach Children to Practice Gratitude and Mindfulness 

  • WE SAY: It’s important to start the day on a positive note. And, this journal is great for children with limited attention spans. As each fun, kid-friendly daily sheet provides space to list just three things your child is thankful for or, a person who has brought them some sort of joy.
  • IDEAL FOR: 7-10 yrs
  • SHOP HERE:  £3.99, Amazon

Create your own Happy by Penny Alexander and Becky Goddard-Hill., Illustrated by Clare Forrest 

  • WE SAY: This illustrated activity book helps children take practical steps towards creating their own happiness and positive self-esteem. Full of simple, practical ideas and fun age appropriate activities
  • IDEAL FOR: 8-11 yrs
  • SHOP HERE: £7.99, Amazon

  • WE SAY: This great introduction to gratitudes journals is easy-to-use to help kids tap into this extraordinary power for the first time. Through writing and drawing, kids will learn to give daily thanks for the good in their lives.
  • IDEAL FOR:  5-9 yrs
  • SHOP HERE: £5.99 Amazon

Diary of a Brilliant Kid: Top Secret Guide to Awesomeness by Andy Cope, Gavin Oattes and Will Hussey 

  • WE SAY: This is the “tweenager’s” atlas for navigating those tricky years with an interactive collection of stories, quotes, theories and science.
  • IDEAL FOR:  9-12 yrs
  • SHOP HERE: £7.23, Amazon

Today Is Great!: A Daily Gratitude Journal for Kids by Vicky Perreault

  • WE SAY: This gratitude journal for kids is a colourful space for them to write about what they’re thankful for and practice being positive and appreciative every day. As even tiny acts of gratitude can totally change the way kids think – with a simple message: if kids focus on happy things, they’ll be happier people.
  • IDEAL FOR:  7-10 yrs
  • SHOP HERE: £3.72 Amazon
  • WE SAY: More than just a daily journal or a diary – this beautiful book is filled with cute, fun, and inspirational illustrations, uplifting quotes, and thought-provoking prompts and challenges that also will help improve writing skills.
  • IDEAL FOR:  6 yrs+
  • SHOP HERE: £6. 45 Amazon

4 creative journals to get kids drawing, reflecting, or changing the world

Wow, journals have come a long way since I was a kid and I had a choice between a plain lined composition book or some cutesy diary with an easily pickable lock. Now, journals are so creative, with so many different kinds of approaches and prompts, making them far more appealing to kids.

Journals are not just about documenting your day, either. The benefits of journaling are many, including reducing stress, and creating more positive thinking in your life. And that definitely goes for kids too; in fact, our own pediatrician has recommended journaling to my kids as a healthy way to get out feelings.

With that, here are four really creative, exciting journals I’m loving right now. Whether your kid is artistic, reflective, or political, hopefully there’s one here that fits the bill. Or hey — maybe even for you, too.

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Related: 3 tips for keeping a gratitude journal with kids that’ll make them happier, healthier, and more thankful too

The March Journal, based on the amazing March graphic novel trilogy by Congressman John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, and illustrated by Nate Powell just came out a few weeks back and it’s extraordinary. Peppered with inspiring quotes by Congressman Lewis (Sometimes you have to get in the way and get in good trouble, necessary trouble, to make a way out of no way) and illustrated throughout with frames from the graphic novels, this hardcover journal invites you to “dream, plan, and fight for the causes you care about.”

But really, this isn’t a journal about prompts; it’s a journal about journaling, letting you be your own best self, and work out your thoughts in your own way, until they hopefully they become positive actions. That’s pretty cool.


Doodle Journeys: A Fill-In Journal for Everyday Explorers by Dawn DeVries Sokolis is perfect for kids who best express themselves visually, or want to. The colorful, intentionally messy pages are filled with paint drips, water color splotches, handwritten prompts and Sharpie doodles, which cleverly put you in a “there are no mistakes” mindset right off the bat.

Prompts range from the abstract: “Move your pencil around on these pages and don’t think about anything in particular. Just let your mind wander with your pencil. (NO erasing!)” To more specific doodle ideas, like “draw the town of your dreams” or designing your own country, including currency, a flag, a map, and landmarks. You definitely get a travel theme here, but as you might have guessed from the title, it’s less about real travel and more about seeing the adventure every day. (On pre-order now for April 17 ship)

Related: New and cool: Personalized Moleskines. Notebooks, journals, you name it. (Get it?)

Instant Happy Journal: 365 Days of Inspiration, Gratitude and Joy by Karen Salmansohn has been out for a couple of years now, and I really love it for its balance of inspirational prompts and cheeky humor. Multiple pages simply say “You can and you will” at top. There are quotes from George Eliot and Buddha. And then there are fairly self-helpy but still fun prompts like, “Weird is the new awesome: What’s something weird about you — that you love?” And “How many people do you think you made smile today?”

There are definitely some prompts that are more adult in nature, like a thought about eating self-loving foods, which I don’t think my twelve-year-old needs to worry about much, or “Dear Addiction: Write a goodbye letter to a bad habit you’re ready to break. ” Even so, the vast majority of the pages should have wide appeal and I know some teen girls who are crazy about it.

Oh, and the best part? The no-pressure tack Salmansohn takes: You fill in your own date on top of each page, so if you don’t do a page a day? So what. No one ever said it has to be 365 days in a row.

If you have a kid who hates the idea of journaling, then Wreck This Journal by Keri Smith is easily the one for them. There’s a reason it’s been a massive best-seller for the past five years; I mean, Keri Smith actually tells you to poke holes in pages? Color outside the lines? Place sticky maple syrup or gum on the paper? Rip out entire pages, crumple them into balls and stomp on them? Yessss!

My boyfriend’s eight-year-old daughter could not get enough of hers (I remember her counting the days until it was time to rip out a page or take it in the shower with her) and that made me an instant fan, too.

It’s such a smart way to let kids know that creativity sometimes comes from undoing, not just doing, and that we can often find inspiration when we just let go, and throw caution out the window. And, maybe even your journal. Literally.

You can find all these books from our affiliate Amazon, or your local independent bookstore.

52 Journal Prompts for Kids to Record Their Lives and Thoughts

Journaling can be a great way for children to both practice writing and record the thoughts and memories that mean a lot to them. Nothing is more special than looking through a journal from the past, and with families spending more time at home over the coming months, now is a great time to start one.

We’ve compiled a list of 52 thought-provoking journaling prompts that are perfect for elementary-aged kids. If your child hasn’t quite learned to write yet, you can always use these as writing practice, or you can help transcribe their answers so they can read them when they’re older.

1. Who is one person that you look up to and why?
2. What is your favorite memory? Write down as many details as you can remember.
3. What is one thing about today that surprised you?
4. What is one mistake you made today and what did you learn from it?
5. What are three things you’re grateful for?
6. If you could spend one day doing anything you want, what would you do?
7. What is one thing that helps you when you’re worried?
8. If you could have any pet (even a magical creature like a dragon or unicorn), what would you want? What name would you give it?
9. What’s one goal or challenge you have for yourself this week? How will you accomplish it?
10. Think about your favorite hobby or activity. Why do you love it?
11. What’s one thing that always makes you laugh?
12. Close your eyes and listen to the world around you. What sounds do you hear? Write them down.
13. Have you ever wanted to learn another language? What would you want to learn?
14. What is the strangest thing you’ve ever learned in school?
15. Write about your favorite holiday. Why is it your favorite? What’s your happiest memory associated with it?
16. Would you rather it always be summer, spring, fall, or winter? Why?
17. If you could tell your family one thing that’s been on your mind lately, what would you say?
18. Do you have any pets? What would you say to it if, one morning, it could suddenly talk?
19. What’s your favorite thing to do when you’re outside?
20. Think about one person who makes you feel loved. How do they show you that they care?
21. Have you been on a vacation? Where did you go, and what was your favorite part?
22. Pretend that you had a time machine and could travel way into the future or to the past. Where would you go? What do you think life would be like?
23. Do you have a favorite teacher? What are they like, and what’s the best thing they’ve taught you?
24. What’s the funniest knock-knock joke you can think of?
25. Write about one accomplishment you’ve reached that you’re proud of.
26. What is one interesting fact that you learned today?
27. What do you think would be the coolest job to have? Why?
28. Think about one of your friends or a family member. What do you admire about them?
29. Look out of your window. What do you see?
30. Do you have a favorite book? Why is it your favorite?
31. What do you want your life to be like when you’re grown up?
32. When you get mad or grumpy, what’s one thing that helps you calm down?
33. What’s the best advice someone has ever given you?
34. What would you do if you were the main character in your favorite fairy tale?
35. What is your favorite thing about yourself? What’s one thing you want to work on?
36. What is one of your funniest memories? Write a poem about it.
37. Think about your favorite color. What does it remind you of?
38. Who is someone you miss? What would you say to them if they were next to you right now?
39. What’s one thing you’ve never told anyone before?
40. Do you have a favorite quote? Write it down here. Why is it your favorite?
41. If you could be one of the first astronauts to go to Mars, would you? Why?
42. What do you love about your family?
43. Do you remember your first day of school? What was it like?
44. If you could talk to your future self, what would you ask?
45. If you could talk to your past self, what would you say?
46. What is one thing you’re excited about? Why?
47. If you could have any superpower, which one would you choose? What would you do with it?
48. Write down one way you’ll make the most of today.
49. What’s the best way to spend a rainy day?
50. Pretend that you could either shrink down to the size of a mouse or grow as large as a building. What would you do and why?
51. Write down three ways you could help a friend or family member today.
52. Think about a talent you wish that you had. What’s one way that you can start practicing it?


Making a journal for kids encourages writing, reading and doodling. With summer here, a journal is also a fun keepsake to record precious childhood memories. We’ve rounded up 10 creative journals for kids that explore their imagination – from kid-made art journals, to travel binder for jotting down vacation memories, or handmade books to document all the funny things your kids say. These ideas and more will be no doubt bring up fond memories as you look back up on them.

Do your kids keep a journal?

DIY Travel Journal (via Willowday)
Create matching luggage tag journals with your kids’ art to encourage writing down all your fun adventures abroad.

Recycled Handmade Journals (via Babble Dabble Do)
Show off your kids’ art from years past and learn a bit about book binding to make these custom recycled journals.

Cool Journal Covers (via Tiny Rotten Peanuts)
These creative ideas for designing your own journal cover are simple and artistic at the same time.

Kid-Made Stitched Journals (via hello, Wonderful)
Turn your kids’ art into beautiful stitched journal covers they can make themselves and hand out as gifts or keep for recording their favorite memories.

Reading Journal (via Less Than Perfect Parents)
Encourage your children’s love of reading by making a reading journal to capture drawings from their favorite books.

Fabric Kids Journal (via Leigh Laurel Studios)
Use fabric to make a journal and turn it into a place to record all your kids’ funny quotes. What a sweet idea!

Simple Kids Journal (via Craft Snob)
Here’s a quick and simple no-sew journal kids can make and dress up with all sorts of fun patterned papers.

Art Books for Kids (via The Artful Parent)
Show off your kids’ art with these colorful, collage-like art journals. Kids will be so proud as they flip through these bright pages filled with creativity.

Summer Reading Journal (via Overstuffed)
Make a personalized journal for your budding reader filled with fun reading and writing prompts.

Journaling Prompts (via Picklebums)
This awesome list of tips is a great resource for journaling with kids and the multiple ways they can use their journals.

Do your kids keep a journal? Check out more creative projects for kids here!

Top 25 Kids Journals To Inspire Your Child’s Creativity

Journaling is not just for adults. In fact, journaling is a great way for kids to express themselves and feed their creativity. In an increasingly digital age, journals are great ways to get kids off screens and doing analog activities. Here are 25 of the best kids journals to inspire self-expression and get your kids to write.

Universal Journals

These kids journals have universal appeal. With helpful prompts, kids can write and draw to their heart’s content.

One Question A Day for Kids Journal

A journal for kids ages 6-12, the One Question A Day Kids Journal has thoughtful questions for every day of the year to get kids to open up about themselves. Questions like “If you could have a superpower, what would it be?” And “What’s one thing your parents don’t know about you?” are just a few of the questions kids will find in the book. Kids will get to answer the same questions, each day, for three years and see how not only their handwriting changes but their answers, too.

Me: A Compendium: A Fill-in Journal for Kids

Wee Society is an award-winning creative studio known for its kid-friendly, eye-popping designs. With writing prompts and activities that spark a child’s imagination, Me: A Compendium is a fun place to write about off-the-wall questions like what the name of their band would be and what they’d like to bring to outer space. Kids will have fun completing every page of this journal.

Diary of an Awesome Kid

Who doesn’t love an awesome kid? As the main character of their own awesome story, in the Diary of An Awesome Kid Journal, kids can write and doodle their way through this fun diary. Kids can create fun chapters about their life’s adventures within this diary with a do-it-yourself table of content for bookmarking highlights.

Family Journals

Make journaling a family affair with these kids journals. Whether it’s mom & me, or the entire family together, these journals are a fun way to involve all members of the family.

Between Mom and Me: A Mother and Son Keepsake Journal

If you know a mom looking to connect with their son, maybe a journal is one way to go about it. The Between Mom & Me Journal is an engaging way for moms and sons to deepen their relationship, swap stories, compare perspectives, and record memories along the way. Kids journals like this are a special way to form new bonds.

Love, Mom & Me – A Mother Daughter Keepsake Journal

The Love, Mom and Me Daughter Keepsake Journal is thoughtful and safe space for mothers and daughters to connect with one another. Mothers and daughters share a special bond and this journal offers a special place to document it.

Grateful Together: A Gratitude Journal for Kids and Their Parents

A shared back-and-forth journal for kids and their parents, Grateful Together is a kids journal that strengthens bonds between children and their caregivers. This guided journal is a great way to take a moment to appreciate big things and little things and teach children the importance of gratitude in everyday life.

Character Building

Character building is an important lesson for kids. The power of developing leadership skills, positive thinking, and mindfulness, are just a few of the character building concepts that are gleaned from these kids journals.

I am a Leader- A 90-day leadership Journal for Kids

To be a leader you need confidence, self-awareness, grit, and gratitude! The I Am A Leader Journal is designed specifically for kids on leadership traits and topics to help them grow. Kids will be guided through daily reflection, mindfulness, and gratitude exercises to give them the confidence to become leaders at school, on the dance floor, or on the playing field.

Big Life Journal

In this life, it goes without saying how important it is to believe in oneself and face challenges with confidence. The Big Life Journal endeavors to cultivate a growth mindset to give little kids the social and emotional maturity needed to stand tall and with their chins held high. The Big Life Journal comes with a podcast for a multi-sensory learning experience.

You Got This: A Positive Thinking, Mindfulness and Wellbeing Journal

As an adult, how good does it feel to be told “You Got This?” Pretty good, right? Kids like to hear it, too! This daily journal promotes happiness, gratitude, self-confidence, and mental health wellbeing. The You Got This Journal gives kids the chance to write about the “Amazing Things That Happened Today” or make “Good Things Checklists” to promote happiness. 

Anger Management Journal for Kids

Part workbook and part journal, with this book kids will learn that anger is a normal emotion that everyone feels at one point or another. Filled with 50 playful exercises to help kids handle their powerful emotions, kids journals like the Anger Management Workbook for Kids teaches kids how to stay calm and make better choices when they are angry.

Journals for Girls

There are a ton of kids journals specifically for girls. Whether teaching empowerment and building self-esteem or a simple place to record thoughts and feelings, these journals have special touches just for girls.

Hey Girl Empowering Journal for Girls

A #1 best seller on Amazon, the Hey Girl! Journal is all about self-discovery and women’s empowerment. Girls will unlock their potential through positive affirmations, gratitude exercises, thought-provoking exercises.

Unicorn Journal and Sketchbook for Girls

With a fun and vibrant unicorn theme, this journal has illustrated pages that alternate with ruled and blank pages. With premium-quality paper and a colorful matte jacket, the Unicorn Journal and Sketchbook is just the right size to stow in a purse or small backpack and take-along anywhere you go.

Draw and Write Journal (Girl Theme)

Designed for kids grades K-2, the Draw and Write Journal is a perfect place for brilliant little minds to do their daily doodling and dream up all the super cool projects that their yearning to create. Who wouldn’t be inspired to write when surrounded by cute rainbows, donuts, and tiaras?

Primary Composition Journal (Girl Theme)

A perfect composition journal for early writers, each page has a top half for illustrating their entries and stories and a bottom half for writing. The lined sections even have a dash mid-line to help kids learning to write. Kids journals like this are simple and sweet for creative impulses and spontaneous writing.

Journals for Boys

Journaling is a great way for boys to express themselves. Notoriously less communicative than girls, journals allow boys the opportunity to express themselves whether that be in written form or drawn.

Primary Composition Journal (Boy Theme)

Multi-purpose kids journals are great for little boys grades K-2. With 5 bonus coloring pages filled with T-Rex’s, Pteranodons, and more, little boys will have fun writing tall tales and journal entries in the My Dinosaur Composition NoteBook.

Draw and Write Journal (Boy Theme)

If you have a budding creative writer, this Draw & Write Journal gives them room to spread their wings. With space for a title, a box for pictures, and lines for writing, kids will have fun writing and illustrating stories in this dinosaur-themed journal.

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Special Interest Kids Journals

Whether you child is into art and sports or creative writing and exploring, these kids journals are a great for capturing their thoughts, feelings, and engaging in all around self-expression.

Wreck This Journal

A little secret about this journal, it’s not just for kids! The all-ages Wreck It Journal is filled with off-the-wall prompts to paint, shred, transform, and unleash your creativity. If the journal gets wrecked along the way, so be it. 

The Ultimate Travel Journal for Kids: Awesome Activities for Your Adventures

If your child has a little bit of wanderlust brewing inside them, then grab a copy of the Ultimate Travel Journal for Kids to stoke that ephemeral feeling a bit more. Kids will be able to record hopes for their trip, highlights, new discoveries, and more. This is a perfect way to keep kids engaged and entertained during family travels.

Write On: My Story Journal: A Creative Writing Journal for Kids

Learning tools disguised as insanely cute kids journals are brilliant. With a flair for silliness, the writing prompts in the Write On: My Story Journal exposes kids to techniques for creating poems, song lyrics, comics, speeches, and stories. All in the name of fun, this keepsake journal is one-of-a-kind, and an awesome supplement to creative writing sometimes taught in schools today.

My Soccer Season: A Journal of My Skills, Games and Memories

This unique sports-themed journal will help sports players record all of the highlights of their season. Whether they use it to focus on priorities mentioned by their coach, improve and track their performance, or remember their contributions to the season, it is a unique keepsake for young athletes. The My Season Journal Series is also available for baseball, softball, football, hockey, and basketball.

The Explorer’s Notebook: Field Trips, Travels, and Explorations of the Curious Mind

If your child loves to explore, collect rocks and twigs, and bring mementos from nature walks home, then this journal is for you. For kids, documenting memories in kids journals is a great way to learn about themselves and the world around them. The Explorer’s Notebook is the perfect place to record all of their findings.

Read it! Pray it! Write it! Draw it!

For kids looking to grow in their faith, the Read it! Pray it! Write it! Draw it! Journal offers Bible-related reading, praying, writing, drawing, and other activities that emphasize faith-based values. Good for kids ages 6 and up, this journal also offers recommendations for scripture passages to round out journal entries.

Lakeshore Learning Draw & Write Journal

For beginning journaling, the Lakeshore Learning Draw & Write Journal is a place for 4-6-year-olds to write original stories, poems, or record the day’s events. This spiral-bound journal has 60 pages for kids to fill with their creative thoughts.

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Pop Culture-Inspired Kids Journals

There have been some pretty epic kids movies about diaries and journaling, and these pop culture-inspired kids journals are fun. Especially, if your kid is a fan of the movies that inspired them.

The Wimpy Kid: Do-It-Yourself Book

The Diary of a Wimpy Kid is a New York Times bestseller and a Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice for Favorite Book. With the Wimpy Kid: Do-It-Yourself Book, kids become author, illustrator, and main character of their own journal. Every Wimpy Kid fan knows that this book will need to be kept somewhere safe. Because, when they’re rich and famous, kids journals like this will be worth a fortune.

Choose Kind Journal: Do One Wonderful Thing Every Day

If you’re new to the “Choose Kind Movement,” then the Choose Kind Journal is a good place to start. Filled with quotes from the New York Times bestselling book Wonder, kids will be inspired to find ways that they can actively be kind every day to the people in their lives and to themselves.

Any of these kids journals allows children to express their thoughts and creativity in a healthy and productive way. Whether the child in your life is drawn to writing, sketching, and unleashing their inner artist, try journaling with them, and perhaps they will find a lifelong interest.

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365 Fun Journal Prompts for Kids

Daily Journaling Questions to Engage Your Kids

If you’re a list-loving mom like myself, chances are, you make lists for your kids too. I’ve made chore lists and summer fun lists and to-do lists galore for my three kids. I’ve long wanted to start a journaling project with my kids, but they were not necessarily interested in writing about their feelings, or the best thing that happened today…every single day. So here are 365 fun journal prompts for kids, each asking for a quick list of three responses.

Before we dive into the prompts, let’s talk about why journaling is so valuable. Part of my journaling process includes a “list of 10” idea inspired by James Altucher. These lists range from useful topics to random themes. One day my list might be titled “10 ideas to organize my junk drawer.” The next list may be “10 ideas for a new board game.” As my journaling habit became more consistent, I knew that my daughters would benefit from a journaling practice as well. Since I love lists, I decided to use simple lists as daily journal prompts to make journaling easy and fun for them.

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The benefits of journaling are many and varied. This article, “The Health Benefits of Journaling,” published on PsychCentral, details several benefits of keeping a journal. For example, journaling can reduce stress by helping to process emotions. It can boost problem solving by allowing the exploration of options. Finally, the practice of journaling can increase self-knowledge, which is beneficial in decision making and relating to others. There are many forms of journaling, such as stream of consciousness writing, focused exercises, or the popular bullet journal. Whatever method you choose, research clearly suggests that the act of writing down your thoughts can have a positive impact. Journaling improves focus, provides perspective, and enhances memory.


There is also a link between journal writing and gratitude. The Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley recommends keeping a gratitude journal and offers a few general tips. In order to emphasize an attitude of thankfulness in my kids, I wanted to include a prompt for gratitude. The first prompt of each month became a short gratitude list. Just list 3 things you’re thankful for. Advise your kids to be as specific as possible here, but nothing is too small to be put on the gratitude list.

Researcher Brene Brown has much to say about gratitude, and her suggestion that gratitude is often found in simple, everyday moments is certainly applicable to the moments our children experience.


By encouraging our children to write daily, we simultaneously help them expand their vocabulary, strengthen their self-discipline, and ignite their creativity. This short video from Conor Neill (teacher of leadership communication at IESE Business School), describes his introduction to journaling and the benefits of keeping a journal. I love the progression from “this is dumb” to “I learned something new today!”

I fully expect at least one of kids to start out in the “this is dumb” camp. In developing these fun journal prompts for kids, my intent is to find ways to make connections between them and me, and for them to make connections that help them learn more about themselves.

Make it Purposeful and Painless

Over the years, my kids have collected loads of diaries and journals and written only a few pages in them. I admit that I haven’t been consistent in my journaling either. Like many moms, I habitually prioritize family needs over my personal development. When life gets busy, some of my most valuable habits are the first things to get pushed aside. In the past year, I became more purposeful about developing my own journaling habit. As a result, I have experienced increased clarity in my thinking and greater creativity.

Anyone Can Do 5 Minutes!

Obviously, I want my kids to experience these benefits as well. For them to write in a journal consistently, the process must be as painless as possible. The video from Conor Neill referenced his college professor’s introduction to journaling by setting a 5-minute time frame. This effectively created an achievable goal. Write anything you want for five minutes? It doesn’t get much simpler than that.

However, my kids are elementary aged, not college students. Their knowledge of the world, and of themselves, is limited. So an open-ended period of time to write with no further instruction would probably result in some blank stares. To get them started, I needed something with more structure. I wanted to translate my own list-making practice into something feasible for my kids.

Keep It Simple & Fun

I determined three essential factors to make this work for my kids. First, it has to be simple. Second, they require some direction. And third, there must be an element of fun. To keep things simple, I created a predictable, consistent format. By providing a fun journal prompt every day, they have a focus for their writing. Three answers to a question is an attainable goal. The fun factor is delivered by including some silly or imaginative prompts that stimulate kids’ naturally creative thought processes.

By calling them lists, it eases any pressure to make the daily journaling into an extensive writing project. Intuitively, we expect lists to provide information in a short and sweet format.

For more fun ways to engage with your kids, read 20 Silly Conversation Starters for Families

Lists Provide Direction

Each day prompts for a list of three things. The first prompt of each month is “3 things you’re thankful for.” This is a gratitude exercise to get them in a mindset of remembering to be thankful. Then at the end of each month is a prompt for “3 favorite things about this month.” The purpose of this is to urge them to reflect upon what brings them joy or delight.

Throughout the month there are prompts to provide nostalgia and record memories (3 jobs you might like to have when you grow up). Some prompts are thought-provoking and help your child increase self-awareness (3 things that make you feel confident). A few prompts encourage them to consider important life skills (3 questions to ask when you first meet someone). And finally, some are just for fun (3 places to hide an elephant)!

Free Printable – 365 Fun Journal Prompts for Kids

You can download a free printable list of all 365 Daily Journal Prompts for Kids sorted by month. A wide-ruled school notebook is great for this project, but any journal or notebook works.

Fun Journals for Kids

Ready To Use Journal Pages in My Shop

To make it super easy for you, I have the complete 365 Daily Journal Prompts Printable list, plus a file formatted to print on Avery 8160 address labels. By printing them on labels, you can peel and stick the label onto the pages of your journal or notebook. Get the complete set of fun journal prompts for kids formatted for labels from my Etsy shop.

You also have the option to get a full printable set of 365 Daily 3 Journal Prompt pages with a fun fact page for each month, plus a monthly squiggle art prompt.

365 Fun Journal Prompts for Kids

You can also use these as conversation starters with your kids, or as simple writing practice.

January Prompts

1/1: 3 things you’re thankful for
1/2: 3 places you would like to go this year
1/3: 3 days you’re looking forward to this year
1/4: 3 favorite dinner meals
1/5: 3 favorite board games
1/6: 3 names you would pick if you had to change your name
1/7: 3 things you are afraid of
1/8: 3 “big wishes” for your life
1/9: 3 countries you would like to visit
1/10: 3 favorite movies
1/11: 3 things you like about school
1/12: 3 things you don’t like about school
1/13: 3 favorite days of the week
1/14: 3 things that make you feel better when you’re feeling down
1/15: 3 people you are thankful for (outside of family members)
1/16: 3 favorite breakfast foods
1/17: 3 fun things you remember doing with grandma and grandpa
1/18: 3 things you like about yourself
1/19: 3 favorite shirts you like to wear
1/20: 3 things you’d like to learn more about
1/21: 3 things that made you laugh recently
1/22: 3 people you’d like to get to know better
1/23: 3 favorite things about winter
1/24: 3 good things that happened today
1/25: 3 favorite songs
1/26: 3 words you would use to describe yourself
1/27: 3 words you’ve read or heard that you don’t know the meaning of
1/28: 3 things you learned today (or yesterday)
1/29: 3 fun birthday party ideas
1/30: 3 favorite things to drink
1/31: 3 favorite things from this month

February Prompts

2/1: 3 things you’re thankful for
2/2: 3 ways you could help someone this week
2/3: 3 things you think are boring
2/4: 3 people you think are funny
2/5: 3 favorite shows
2/6: 3 habits you think you could improve
2/7: 3 favorite ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day
2/8: 3 things you wish our family did more often
2/9: 3 things you wish our family would do less often
2/10: 3 things you love about your sister or brother
2/11: 3 things mom always says
2/12: 3 things dad always says
2/13: 3 things you think are gross
2/14: 3 things you would say “I love” about
2/15: 3 favorite toast toppings
2/16: 3 chores you hate to do
2/17: 3 things you’re looking forward to about the weekend
2/18: 3 favorite things that are yellow
2/19: 3 names you would choose for your kids
2/20: 3 things you’d like to learn how to make
2/21: 3 things you sometimes worry about
2/22: 3 things you would do on your perfect day
2/23: 3 words or phrases you use a lot
2/24: 3 favorite books
2/25: 3 things you like to eat out of the fridge
2/26: 3 nice things someone has said about you
2/27: 3 superpowers you’d like to have
2/28: 3 favorite things from this month

March Prompts

3/1: 3 things that you’re thankful for
3/2: 3 favorite Dr. Seuss books
3/3: 3 things you’d do if you were president
3/4: 3 inventions you’d like to create
3/5: 3 things you’d like to do over spring break
3/6: 3 things you’d love to have in your backyard
3/7: 3 people you think are kind
3/8: 3 favorite candy treats
3/9: 3 favorite holidays
3/10: 3 things you like about your bedroom
3/11: 3 tings you wish mon and dad would stop doing
3/12: 3 favorite Disney characters
3/13: 3 things you’ve felt disappointed in
3/14: 3 things our family has never done that you’d like to do
3/15: 3 favorite vegetables
3/16: 3 things you like to do when it’s rainy
3/17: 3 favorite things that are green
3/18: 3 favorite outfits (that make you feel happy or confident)
3/19: 3 favorite outdoor games
3/20: 3 things you like doing with your siblings
3/21: 3 favorite places to shop
3/22: 3 favorite ice cream toppings
3/23: 3 things that annoy you
3/24: 3 things you’d want to have on a deserted island
3/25: 3 favorite colors
3/26: 3 things you always want to have in the car
3/27: 3 questions you want to know the answer to
3/28: 3 words that pop into your mind when you hear the word: beautiful
3/29: 3 things you miss about being younger
3/30: 3 things you can’t live without
3/31: 3 favorite things from this month

April Prompts

4/1: 3 things that you’re thankful for
4/2: 3 favorite April Fools pranks
4/3: 3 favorite toys
4/4: 3 things you’d bring with you on a trip to Mars
4/5: 3 favorite desserts
4/6: 3 favorite things about spring
4/7: 3 smells that you like
4/8: 3 things that sound exciting to do
4/9: 3 things you’d like to be known for
4/10: 3 mural ideas for the side of your school
4/11: 3 things that you use every day
4/12: 3 foods you could eat every day for a month
4/13: 3 favorite numbers
4/14: 3 historical people you admire
4/15: 3 things you think dogs would say if they could talk to you
4/16: 3 things that make you feel special
4/17: 3 things it might be fun to collect
4/18: 3 ideas for a book you could write
4/19: 3 insects you don’t like
4/20: 3 accomplishments you are proud of
4/21: 3 picks for a class pet
4/22: 3 things that seem scary about growing up
4/23: 3 foods you wish you never had to eat again
4/24: 3 questions you’d like to ask God
4/25: 3 words that rhyme with spring
4/26: 3 things about yourself you think are like your parents
4/27: 3 things that make you smile
4/28: 3 times you felt embarrassed
4/29: 3 favorite fruits
4/30: 3 favorite things from this month

May Prompts

5/1: 3 things you’re thankful for
5/2: 3 words you would use to describe mom
5/3: 3 things that make you happy
5/4: 3 things that make you sad
5/5: 3 things that gross you out
5/6: 3 favorite emojis
5/7: 3 things you’d like to grow in a garden
5/8: 3 things that make you nervous
5/9: 3 places in the United State you’d like to visit
5/10: 3 places in the world you’d like to visit
5/11: 3 problems you feel that you have right now
5/12: 3 things you wish would be invented
5/13: 3 favorite apps
5/14: 3 favorite video or computer games
5/15: 3 sports you like to watch
5/16: 3 things you think about before you go to sleep
5/17: 3 ideas for a new kind of restaurant
5/18: 3 favorite songs to sing along to
5/19: 3 favorite songs to dance to
5/20: 3 useful skills you think you should learn
5/21: 3 favorite days of your whole life
5/22: 3 ways you think you’re different from most kids
5/23: 3 favorite teachers
5/24: 3 favorite field trips ever
5/25: 3 things you can make with pipe cleaners
5/26: 3 weird food combinations
5/27: 3 ideas for starting or improving a business
5/28: 3 favorite kinds of chips
5/29: 3 nicknames you’d like to be called
5/30: 3 words you can make from the letters in your name
5/31: 3 favorite things from this month

June Prompts

6/1: 3 things you’re thankful for
6/2: 3 favorite ways to make a mess
6/3: 3 things you really want to do this summer
6/4: 3 words you would use to describe dad
6/5: 3 people you could compliment this week
6/6: 3 things you want to remember forever
6/7: 3 things you’d like to learn about your grandparents
6/8: 3 things you wish you could do
6/9: 3 things you could paint with (besides a paintbrush)
6/10: 3 things to do with a pencil (besides write)
6/11: 3 cute animals (not including a dog, cat, or horse)
6/12: 3 things you don’t like someone to say to you
6/13: 3 made up crazy animal combinations
6/14: 3 things you think are really cool
6/15: 3 favorite things about summer
6/16: 3 ideas to help you keep your room tidy
6/17: 3 favorite things that are red
6/18: 3 things that always make you laugh
6/19: 3 favorite documentaries
6/20: 3 favorite movies your mom made you watch
6/21: 3 things you remember learning in school last year
6/22: 3 words that are fun to say
6/23: 3 things you and your siblings (or parents) agree on
6/24: 3 ways to finish the sentence, “Once upon a time…”
6/25: 3 scary movie characters
6/26: 3 movie characters you’d like to be friends with in real life
6/27: 3 favorite foods to eat out of a bowl
6/28: 3 favorite foods to eat with your fingers
6/29: 3 things you wish you could do in the car
6/30: 3 favorite things from this month

July Prompts

7/1: 3 things you’re thankful for
7/2: 3 favorite things to eat in summer
7/3: 3 favorite things that are blue
7/4: 3 favorite things to do on July 4th
7/5: 3 favorite things about staying in a hotel
7/6: 3 qualities you think are important in a friend
7/7: 3 favorite summer traditions for your family
7/8: 3 words to use instead of “great”
7/9: 3 people you’d love to get a surprise visit from
7/10: 3 favorite movie lines
7/11: 3 manners you think are important (besides saying “thank you”)
7/12: 3 things that have made you cry
7/13: 3 things in nature that are beautiful
7/14: 3 things you wish were less expensive
7/15: 3 things you wish you never had to do again
7/16: 3 idea of something to do when you’re bored
7/17: 3 verbs (action words) that start with the first letter of your name
7/18: 3 surprises you think would be awesome
7/19: 3 favorite Olympic sports
7/20: 3 ways you think you might use math when you grow up
7/21: 3 things you’d love to have a dream about
7/22: 3 questions to ask someone when you meet them for the first time
7/23: 3 “big dreams” for your life
7/24: 3 things you think people notice about you
7/25: 3 things you could get rid of because you don’t use them anymore
7/26: 3 favorite places to take a walk
7/27: 3 inventions you think will happen in your lifetime
7/28: 3 little things you could do to help out around the house
7/29: 3 things you are absolutely sure are true
7/30: 3 things you need help with
7/31: 3 favorite things from this month

August Prompts

8/1: 3 things you’re thankful for
8/2: 3 refreshing things on a hot summer day
8/3: 3 crazy ice cream flavors
8/4: 3 silly things you could do for one minute
8/5: 3 made up words
8/6: 3 things you’d like to do first thing in the morning
8/7: 3 cute pet names
8/8: 3 great places to take a nap
8/9: 3 things you’d like to get better at
8/10: 3 hobbies you’d like to try someday
8/11: 3 jokes or riddles you like
8/12: 3 foods that would make a really yucky smoothie
8/13: 3 place you could hide an elephant
8/14: 3 things to try mixing with popcorn
8/15: 3 things you wish were always in the fridge
8/16: 3 things you feel a little bit guilty about
8/17: 3 companies you’d like to visit on a field trip
8/18: 3 favorite things that are orange
8/19: 3 people you’d like to have dinner with
8/20: 3 favorite shapes
8/21: 3 favorite restaurants
8/22: 3 movies characters you’d like to be for a day
8/23: 3 things you want to know about your parents
8/24: 3 favorite pieces of clothing or accessories
8/25: 3 best ways to spend Friday night
8/26: 3 best ways to spend Sunday afternoon
8/27: 3 things that make you feel confident
8/28: 3 favorite things you ate this week
8/29: 3 things you wish your parents would let you do
8/30: 3 things you own that would represent you in a time capsule
8/31: 3 favorite things from this month

September Prompts

9/1: 3 things you’re thankful for
9/2: 3 things you are looking forward to right now
9/3: 3 favorite cereals
9/4: 3 times you wanted to give up but didn’t
9/5: 3 favorite school supplies
9/6: 3 things you like about weekends
9/7: 3 favorite crayon colors
9/8: 3 positive words to describe your teacher
9/9: 3 things you wish you could change in the world
9/10: 3 places you’d love to visit that you’ve read about in a book
9/11: 3 big questions that you’ve never asked anyone
9/12: 3 nice things you could say to your teacher this week
9/13: 3 favorite things that are brown
9/14: 3 things your parents do that you don’t want to do if you have kids
9/15: 3 famous people (dead or alive) you’d like to meet
9/16: 3 annoying sounds
9/17: 3 things you think you’ll like about school this year
9/18: 3 things you wish were different in school this year
9/19: 3 favorite lunch treats
9/20: 3 things that make you relax
9/21: 3 things you think you will never do
9/22: 3 favorite things about fall
9/23: 3 ways you could be kind to someone at school this week
9/24: 3 random things you don’t like
9/25: 3 things you would buy if you had $1 million
9/26: 3 favorite things to draw
9/27: 3 favorite breeds of dogs
9/28: 3 song titles you make up starting “If only…”
9/29: 3 weirdest things you’ve ever eaten
9/30: 3 favorite things from this month

October Prompts

10/1: 3 things you’re thankful for
10/2: 3 ideas for a Halloween costume
10/3: 3 things you wish we would never run out of
10/4: 3 favorite dance moves
10/5: 3 things you wish someone else could do for you
10/6: 3 made up reasons why the sky is blue
10/7: 3 things you know that your parents don’t know
10/8: 3 super cool new toy ideas
10/9: 3 favorite things to have on a sandwich
10/10: 3 favorite kinds of candy
10/11: 3 favorite knock-knock jokes
10/12: 3 favorite places to go in your town
10/13: 3 things you would love to do every day
10/14: 3 things you say a lot
10/15: 3 things you would put on a “bucket list” to do someday
10/16: 3 ways to show someone you care without saying anything
10/17: 3 cool ocean creatures
10/18: 3 favorite flowers
10/19: 3 words that are palindromes (spelled the same forwards and backwards)
10/20: 3 time periods you’d visit if you had a time machine
10/21: 3 things you could teach someone else to do
10/22: 3 things that have been hard about this year so far
10/23: 3 ways you could make someone smile this week
10/24: 3 jobs you think you might enjoy when you grow up
10/25: 3 ways technology makes your life easier
10/26: 3 green things you like to eat
10/27: 3 things you could do with a marshmallow (besides eat it)
10/28: 3 foods it’s really hard to stop eating
10/29: 3 things you wish people would give out for Halloween
10/30: 3 favorite things about this month
10/31: 3 favorite things about Halloween

November Prompts

11/1: 3 things you’re thankful for
11/2: 3 fun Halloween costumes you saw this year
11/3: 3 ways you could help someone in need
11/4: 3 wishes (if you only had three)
11/5: 3 crazy rooms it would be fun to have in your house
11/6: 3 times you remember getting in trouble
11/7: 3 things you wish you could have a “do-over” for
11/8: 3 things that make you feel cozy in fall or winter
11/9: 3 causes you believe in
11/10: 3 favorite condiments
11/11: 3 compliments you would like to receive
11/12: 3 favorite teachers or coaches
11/13: 3 favorite singers or bands
11/14: 3 pet peeves
11/15: 3 favorite foods to have for Thanksgiving dinner
11/16: 3 days you would love to live over again
11/17: 3 reasons it’s good to work hard
11/18: 3 words you can make from “Thanksgiving” (excluding “giving” or “thanks”)
11/19: 3 things that are really hard for you to remember
11/20: 3 family rules that you agree are pretty good rules
11/21: 3 longest words you can think of
11/22: 3 favorite zoo animals
11/23: 3 favorite letters of the alphabet
11/24: 3 messiest foods you can think of
11/25: 3 planets you’d most like to visit if it were possible
11/26: 3 favorite kinds of crackers
11/27: 3 gifts you remember giving
11/28: 3 cool jungle creatures
11/29: 3 things you would buy with $100
11/30: 3 favorite things from this month

December Prompts

12/1: 3 things you’re thankful for
12/3: 3 activities you’d like to do at home this month
12/4: 3 gifts you’d like for Christmas
12/5: 3 gifts you think your teacher might like
12/6: 3 jobs you’d have if you were an elf
12/7: 3 favorite Christmas treats
12/8: 3 memories from past Christmas seasons
12/9: 3 fun things to do outside this month
12/10: 3 ways to do something nice for your neighbors this month
12/11: 3 people you could be a Secret Santa for
12/12: 3 gifts you’d like to make for someone
12/13: 3 favorite animated Christmas movies
12/14: 3 favorite non-animated Christmas movies
12/15: 3 favorite stocking stuffers
12/16: 3 favorite Christmas crafts
12/17: 3 funny ideas for a tree topper
12/18: 3 favorite Christmas traditions
12/19: 3 ideas for Christmas breakfast
12/20: 3 ways to warm up on a cold winter day
12/21: 3 things you could do with candy canes
12/22: 3 things that made you thankful for your family this week
12/23: 3 favorite Christmas songs
12/24: 3 reasons Santa should put you on the nice list this year
12/25: 3 favorite Christmas gifts this year
12/26: 3 best gifts you’ve ever received
12/27: 3 favorite cold things to eat
12/28: 3 funny ways to decorate a snowman
12/29: 3 favorite things to eat in winter
12/30: 3 favorite things from this month
12/31: 3 favorite memories from this whole year

This list of 365 fun journal prompts is intended to establish a practice of daily journaling without being intimidating or overwhelming. Don’t fret if your child struggles to complete some of the daily prompts. Instead, engage with them when they do write. Allow them to write about anything else that they find meaningful. Even if they only draw a picture or write down one thing, the act of sitting down to write in a journal is a keystone habit. This is a habit that can influence positive change in other areas. Your encouragement of this practice, and even more, your participation with them, will have enduring benefits.

Why I Want My Kids to Journal
  • They develop discipline
    Like anything that requires a certain level of “work” it develops an ability to complete a task that is expected
  • They build a habit
    My hope is that journaling will become a lifelong habit for my kids. Habits don’t just happen. They are developed through continued, consistent effort.
  • I get to know them better
    Most of these prompts are not their deepest, darkest secrets. They are intended to be shared, maybe even prompting discussion at the dinner table. There are probably things our family has done for years that drive them crazy…now I might find out about them! (Prompt: 3 things you wish our family would do less often)
  • They get to know themselves better
    I hope these fun journal prompts will also help them explore their hopes and dreams, what makes them relax, or what inspires them (Prompt: 3 things that make you feel better when you’re feeling down)
  • They think about others
    I want my kids to be kind and thoughtful adults. In order for them to feel empathy for others, they need to be reminded to consider how their words and actions affect others. (Prompt: 3 questions you can ask someone when you meet them)

Introduce your children to a lifelong journaling practice with these 365 Daily Journal Prompts for Kids. At the very least, making these brief entries can become a nostalgic family keepsake. Furthermore, it is a valuable way for your kids to develop self-awareness.  As they utilize a journal to reflect upon their feelings, examine their preferences, and generate inventive ideas, their lives are enriched in a profound way. I can’t wait to look back in a few years and see what my kids wrote about “3 things your parents do that you don’t want to do if you have kids!”

Have fun with these 365 fun journal prompts for kids. Your child will think creatively, be silly and consider what matters most to them. They’ll love to hear your answers too!


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90,000 Cool magazines for cool kids! – Cool magazine

The editorial staff puts out for you several issues of the “Cool Magazine” and “PonyMashki” free of charge. And he offers to sign up for a free subscription to the electronic versions of the “Cool Magazine” and “PonyMashki” right on the site – just follow the link.

If you need to have some fun,
Laugh and think,
And many interesting things
Usefully learn,

Open the magazine you are “Cool” –
Amazingly beautiful!
He will tell and teach
Create, be able to, dream!

Well, if you are a preschooler,
You cannot read yourself yet,
Then with the magazine “PonyMashka”
Make friends then soon!

Together with grandmother and dad,
Together with grandfather and mom!
For talented and smart
Wonderful children!

If a little more official:

“Cool magazine” (https: // cool.children) is a modern interactive publication for children 7-13 years old. Published by Open Systems Publishing House since 1999. Klassny Zhurnal is one of the most popular children’s magazines in Russia. Hundreds of thousands of schoolchildren read us, thousands of libraries and schools subscribe to us. For 19 years, several generations of cool children have grown up on Klassny! The circulation of each issue is 55 thousand copies.

PonyMashka ( is a magazine for children 3-7 years old, published since 2007. Each number is a separate complete story, the journey of the main character – a little curious pony.Thanks to the magazine, the child will learn a lot and get ready for school. The journal is approved by early development specialists. The circulation of each issue is 40 thousand copies.

The magazines are published twice a month and can be bought at press kiosks and in supermarkets. But not all cities, kiosks and supermarkets always have magazines in stock. To get guaranteed magazines, it’s best to subscribe. Moreover, this can be done not only at the post office, but also directly on the website. To subscribe to the “Klassny Magazine”, follow this link, and if for “PonyMashka”, then follow this link.

And before subscribing, we put three issues of both magazines of 2018 for free for you.


In it you will find:

– The Adventures of Paddington: Fun Facts & Poster!
– Two contests with cool prizes
– All about the secrets of ancient civilizations
– Stones-talismans
– Ancient jewelry
– Draw the pharaoh
– Guess: truth or fiction?
– Horror Story
– Top 10 Toys
– Red and Rover, Garfield and Legend of the Silver Dragon comics
– Movie review, puzzles, scanword and much more!

You can download the number from the link.


– Top 5 most unusual lighthouses in the world
– Contest from the Cartoon Network channel!
– Board game: from Zurbagan to Liss
– Poster: “How the lighthouse works”
– About dog breeds: Beagle
– Scary about pirates
– How the lighthouse keeper lives
– Recipe: 2 winter drinks
– Red and Rover comics “,” Garfield “and” The Legend of the Silver Dragon “
– Sea craft, truth or fiction, puzzles, crossword puzzle and much more!

You can download the number from the link.


By popular demand – a number about devices! You will learn how the first inventions appeared, who invented the wheel and how to make a complex mechanism on your own. And also: we will hold a drawing master class, go to a new unusual place in our Motherland and learn how to find friends!

Classroom materials number:

– Poster and competition for the popular animated series “Unikitty”
– Amazing and incredible inventions
– Draw a car
– Tips from a family psychologist: how to find friends at school
– Top-3 inventor
– As well as puzzles, detective, scanword and much more !

You can download the number from the link.

Pony in the future

Many scientists and writers are puzzled over what the future is like. It was PonyMashki’s turn. Together with the monkey Yanka, she will travel back in time. To go with them, readers will have to turn on their imagination to the fullest and not be surprised at anything.

As usual, in the issue you will find tasks for logic and attention, puzzles, master classes, as well as the board game “Robot Memory”.

You can download the number from the link.

Pony and Astrologer

Once PonyMashka met a man who knows how to tell time without a clock. No, he’s not a magician! This is an astrologer who is ready to teach his wisdom to everyone. How to navigate by the stars and not get lost in the forest? How do you know what time it is by looking at the sun? The Astrologer still has many secrets …

Only in this issue:
– large constellation map;
– master class “Making Live Clock”;
– unusual coloring.

You can download the number from the link.

Sports number

What is sport and why do you need to do it? PonyMashka invites readers to an amazing and diverse sports world. She will talk about winter and summer sports and, with the help of an interactive test, help you choose the most suitable sport for you.

In number:

– sports poster;
– funny riddles;
– Cognitive facts about sports.

You can download the number from the link.

Subscribe, study and enjoy!

90,000 Children’s magazines – 62 responses to Babyblog

Children’s magazines that we subscribed to and bought (I will be glad, if it comes in handy, replenished):

(descriptions – from subscription sites, by links – spread photos)

I marked the ones I liked in bold, red and italics.


1. Growing Together . Magazine – for parents and educators, assignments for children

Early child development, preparation for school, adaptation of first graders. Psychology, development of creative and intellectual abilities, interesting leisure. From teachers – specialists!

2. “Growing Together” newspaper

Growing Together is a faithful assistant to parents in the upbringing and development of children. Various methods of treatment and education, psychological support, educational games, nutritional rules, advice from mothers and specialists.+ Each issue has a tab with games and tasks.


1. Babies can do everything – 1-3 years old

Colorful educational albums for children 1-3 years old. In the albums there are entertaining game tasks for drawing, modeling, application, intellectual development corresponding to the child’s age. For adults – a parent page with short recommendations.

In fact, these are the magazines “Your Baby Can Do It” from Mosaic-synthesis

2. Rattle

Babies aged 1+, 2+. Colorful books with short stories that stimulate the speech activity of a child who is beginning to speak (onomatopoeia, gestures, first words and phrases).

3. Learning by playing. 2 to 3 – 2-3

Pedagogical assistance to parents. Assignments and lessons by age for the development of mathematical and creative abilities. Speech therapist’s office, answers to mom’s questions.

4. Sunny for friends – 2-3

Our magazine will help your kid learn to recognize colors and shapes, distinguish sounds and think creatively.Bright pictures, memorable characters and cognitive tasks will attract the attention of the little reader from the first minutes. The learning process will be fun and exciting.


1. Mom’s sun and here – from 2 to 5 years

For kids from 2 to 5 and for parents. A magazine for the development of attention, memory, logic, fine motor skills, the study of letters, numbers and nature. Games, fairy tales, lacing toys, coloring books, special posters – developed according to scientific methods.Let’s prepare your child for school!

2. Sparrows – 2-5 and then Sparrows – 3-6 years

Developing magazine for children 3-6 years old. Systemic training in the main areas of development: mathematics, motor skills, development of speech, thinking and memory.

In fact, these are “Didactics” magazines from 2 to 5 from the publishing house “Karapuz”

3. Talented kid – 2.5 – 4

For children 2.5 – 4 years old. We draw with fingers, applique, modeling.

4. Coloring pages in palms – from 3 years old

5. I play with my mom – Magazine theme: educational, entertaining

Audience (age): 2-6 (I think 2 is early, but 5 is late …)

Contents of the magazine: Quizzes, coloring books, applications, games, a fairy tale, a lacing toy. In our magazine, your children will meet the constant characters Ulyana, Nazar, and the black Murka.

6. Toaddy – I’m not too stumped here: the description is one on the site, another came… On the magazine itself, the age is 2+, on the back – up to 3 years.

Home Lyceum – teaching reading and counting, preparing hands for writing, developing attention, memory, thinking and speech. Developing activities with colorful illustrations. Preparation for school. Tips and tricks.

7. Bedtime Story – 3+

Fairy tale and various tasks

8. Recognition – from 3 years old

For fans of cartoons about Mickey Mouse, handyman Manny, special agent Oso, etc.e. Bright glossy magazine.

9. Learning by playing. 3 to 4 – 3-4

In this publication you will find tips and teaching materials for working with children. The kids will be happy to study with you both mathematics, and the development of speech, draw and poll, do speech therapy exercises. All lessons are given in a playful way.

10. Winnie & Friends

Monthly bright magazine for the youngest readers.

In each magazine there are wonderful and kind stories about how Winnie and his friends Hryune, Rabbit, Tigrula, Eared and baby Ru in the Fairy Forest live.

The magazine will not only entertain with games and riddles, but also tell about absolutely amazing – such familiar and unfamiliar – inhabitants of our planet!

11. Why huh and friends

New developing magazine for the little ones. Each issue contains funny stories, poems, fairy tales, coloring books and educational tasks!

12. Mishka Toptyzhka – 3-6

Topic: Entertaining and educational
Audience: 3-6 years
Contents: Funny stories, puzzles, coloring books, games, a page for parents

13. Merry kolobok – 3-6

Educational and entertaining magazine for children (0-8 years old). Funny poems, fairy tales, games, coloring pages, crosswords, an interesting educational section. Bright illustrations and favorite characters!

14. Smart books – 3-6

WITH SMART BOOKS, children develop thinking, memory, fine motor skills of hands, learn to write, count, draw and make all kinds of crafts.

15. Murzik and his friends – 3-6 years

A colorful magazine for children 3-6 years old will help prepare for school. Develops speech, thinking, memory, attention, hand motor skills, teaches to count and write. And also games, puzzles, fairy tales, stories about nature.

16. Magic Theater – from 3 years old to …

Homemade magazine

A whole theater in one magazine! The cover is the stage and the scenery. Heroes and toys inside the magazine. Cut and glue.We distribute and teach roles, distribute tickets to family and friends. We are showing the performance.

17. Zaykin school – 3-6 years

Magazine for kids with a fun fairy tale, exercises, lessons and games.


1. PonyMashka – from 4-7 years old

Learning in a playful way. Preparation for school. Development of creative and logical abilities of children 4-7 years old. Games, coloring pages, stickers, riddles and gifts.

2. Umeyka – 4-10

Homemade products, games, logic tasks, contests, fairy tales. Development of logical and imaginative thinking. Training of fine motor skills of hands and visual perception, the formation of the child’s skills of independent work.

3. Shishkin forest – somewhere from 4-5 years

The magazine opens up to children a wonderful world of fairy tales and funny stories, interesting games and useful tips.And on every page there are gorgeous bright illustrations!

4. A rainbow of ideas – from 3-10 years old (in my opinion, from 3 times too early …)

Moms, dads, grandmothers, grandfathers, educators, leaders of applied art circles and teachers! Master classes and many ideas from our publication will help you create with children from 3 to 10 years old. They are prepared empirically and with great love for children!

5. Tigers – 3-10 years

Colorful game magazine for children from 3 to 10.Each issue tells about the new adventures of the Tigers, and on each page there is an educational and educational game with a task and STICKERS!

6. Adventures of Tryam the Kid – from 4-5 years old

This series of magazines is addressed to parents who want to prepare their child for school.
Together with the funny goatling Tryam, your little one will make educational trips.
Interesting fairy tales will captivate the kid, and various tasks and games will help to consolidate the knowledge gained by the kid

7. Sasha and Masha – 4+

8. Grandmother’s chest

Coloring Pages with hints. Here you will find riddles, funny tasks, heroes of your favorite cartoons, fairy-tale characters. Color with us. By subscribing to the entire series, you will make an extraordinary gift for your baby. The child draws – the parents are resting!

9. Firefly
Firefly is the first colorful almanac for preschoolers. Fascinating fairy tales, stories and poems are complemented by educational games, coloring books, recipes, crosswords and other tasks.

10. Little Academicians – with 4.5 you can try

Educational magazine for preparing for school. Arithmetic, reading and writing, logic and thinking, artistic creation and the world around us. Developed by the best teachers of early childhood development schools. Raising a genius is easy!

11. Knowledge from 2 to 6 – announced from 2, I would have purchased from 4

“Poznayka” – the best children’s edition for children of preschool and primary school age.This children’s magazine is recommended for reading by the Ministry of Education and leading teachers – after all, all issues of this popular periodical are developed on the basis of educational programs of general education schools. So now parents do not have to worry that their baby will not learn important information. Learning effortlessly – it’s so easy with Poznayka magazine!

12. Murka’s Raven School – from the age of 2 (off-site), in my opinion, not earlier than 3.5

At Murka’s Crow School, eight lessons will take you on an extraordinary flight!

Each of them will undoubtedly add to the arsenal of knowledge of inquisitive preschoolers.So, acquaintance with the world around you will take place in the “Spyglass” lesson, and “Island of Mathematics” will invite you to “play” with numbers. A big change will not make you bored either – everyone will like riddles, a fairy tale and fun physical education! And young students are waiting for letters, good coloring books, a game library – there is no counting … In general, Murkin’s school is a great place where you can solve, write, read, draw, sculpt and play, thereby improving the skills and abilities of kids and their … parents!

13. Literacy – some tasks are possible from 4 years old, others – 6+

Educational tasks

14. Cheerful firefly 90 150 – 0+, clearly overstated

Almanac magazine for preschoolers. Fascinating fairy tales, stories and poems are complemented by educational games, coloring books, recipes, crosswords and other tasks.

15. Mishutkins lessons

This is a magazine to help your children and grandchildren get ready for school.We master letters, learn to count and draw, develop abilities, learn English, get to know the world. We play and learn at the same time

16. Princess World

“World of Princesses” – one of the highest circulation children’s magazines in Russia for girls, Egmont Publishing House.

The heroines of the magazine are princesses familiar to all girls: Cinderella, Jasmine, Little Mermaid, Snow White, Aurora.

In the magazine: magical stories of fairy-tale princesses, games, handicrafts, fashionable things and useful tips, riddles and coloring books and posters. Plus a gift for a girl in every room.

17. Fairy tale magazine

Famous fairy tales with great illustrations, coloring pages, homemade toys.

18. Crafting with mom

Original ideas for creativity: handicrafts, volumetric applications from various materials. Promotion for subscribers!

19. Disney for kids

Favorite Disney characters in a colorful magazine! Educational tasks, fun games, riddles and a toy in every issue!


The magazine will help your child not only have fun, but also prepare him for school. Each issue is dedicated to a different topic and forms a variety of knowledge, abilities and skills in the preschooler.

With “Clever” children develop thinking, memory, creativity, fine motor skills of hands, learn to write, read, count, draw and make all kinds of crafts.


1. Ideas collection – from 5

Magazine for children of primary and secondary school age, as well as their parents.Teaches children to make original, funny crafts from various materials (with instructions and tips).

2. Miracle child – from 5-7

In the best traditions of the company, CHUDO-CHADO repeats a unique novelty – two magazines in one with two covers. One part – FOR PARENTS, turn over the magazine – and here is a separate project FOR CHILDREN.
“MIRACLE-CHADO” for parents contains materials on psychology, education, health and development of children from birth to 10 years.
“WONDERFUL MIRACLE IN WONDERLAND” for children – these are games, wonder-scanwords, fascinating labyrinths, coloring pages, fairy tales, practical lessons in mathematics, spelling, English and much more.

Bought for such a description, but in fact in this magazine there are only tasks for children (scandwords, puzzles, coloring books, puzzles).

3. “Magic Pencil” – from about 5 years old

Series of coloring books for children. Fun activities to help develop the imagination,

4. Znayka – from 5 years

The same was waiting for another magazine (such – an educational magazine for children and adults). The same one with a variety of puzzles, rebuses, crosswords, etc. It will come in handy on the road.

5. Sunbeam

Educational publication for preparing children for school. Fairy tales, games, crafts, coloring.


Children’s merry useful magazine. Quizzes, riddles, fairy tales, performances.

7. Developers – 5-10 (it seems to me, after all, from 6)

Games and tasks for the development of logic, attention, creativity in children 5-10 years old. Coloring pages, comics, puzzles, crosswords, crafts and a competition with prizes!

8. Smekalochka – 5-7 years old

Inexpensive advice on how to successfully prepare your child for school? Subscribe!

9. Fixies – with 5, you can try with 4x

This publication is aimed at a readership of 5 to 9 years old. Fixies will help children become a little more independent and self-reliant, and for sure: it’s high time at this age! They will also offer you many entertaining and educational tasks, tell you the secrets of simple tricks and tell you what to read at your leisure. And, of course, this will not do without “high” technologies and amazing surprises.And you will find out which ones when you read the magazine!

10. Smeshariki

Contents: Games, puzzles, entertaining tasks

11. Peppa Pig – 3 + 6 L (I put 5+ because writing and reading tasks)

An entertaining magazine with educational elements, designed for joint reading by children and parents.

12. Frozen – put 5+ due to reading tasks

In each issue of Frozen magazine, readers will find funny stories about the adventures of their favorite characters from the Disney animated film of the same name, funny games and riddles, wonderful coloring pages and many other exciting tasks.Spend your leisure time fun and educational together with Princess Anna and Elsa, funny snowman Olaf and other cartoon characters. Welcome to the kingdom of Arendelle!

13. Sanka in the land of fairy tales – 5+ (+ put for a crossword puzzle)

Educational and entertaining magazine for children 4-8 years old. Each issue is thematic, dedicated to a separate fairy tale.

14. Jingliki 90 150 – 0+, put 5 for scanword


15. Your Yula

Children’s bright informative and entertaining edition. An informative and colorful magazine for children from 7 years old. Exciting tasks, games and puzzles will be interesting for every child

16. Prostokvashino 90 150 – 0+ (put 5+ for crosswords)

Literary and developing magazine is published in collaboration with the classic of children’s literature Eduard Uspensky.In the magazine: humorous stories and poems of the best Russian authors, informative pages, development tests, riddle stories and drawings, puzzles, versewords and teawords, funny puzzles and anagrams, funny comics, a page of crafts “We make what we want.” A magazine that is fun to read with the whole family!

17. Fairytale magazine – ??? (simple tales 2+, but tasks for reading and writing 5+)

Magazine-fairy tale with educational and cognitive tasks and games for the development of creative abilities in children.Recommended for children for independent reading and for adults for reading for children. The magazine will be published in a new format, beloved by children, 220×215.

18. Developers – 5-10 years

Games and tasks for the development of logic, attention, creativity in children 5-10 years old. Coloring pages, comics, puzzles, crosswords, crafts and a competition with prizes!

19. 3/9 kingdom

And the labyrinth, and the fairy tale, and the comic, and the coloring … The extraordinary stories of the long-familiar heroes continue!

20.Little artists

Developing and educational coloring magazine for preschoolers and younger students. A voluminous toy in every room.


Literary and artistic illustrated children’s magazine. Each issue has a thematic tab.


1. Cherdobryak – 6+

The magazine for children “Cherdobryak” – this is the magazine that is so lacking at the moment for children and parents!
A magazine that has something to read – the most interesting works of the most talented authors! Both famous and beginners.Real professionals in their field, living as children and for children.
A magazine with a lot to see – only real illustrations! Illustrations with soul, humor, interesting to consider and think about.
The magazine that teaches and tells! Bright, accessible, original. Each section has its own idea, flavor and heroes.
Stories, stories, poems, travel, foreign languages, creativity, comics, coloring!

2. Merry entertainer – 6+

Developing intellectual magazine.Stories, poems, fairy tales, magic tricks, puzzles, origami, modeling, construction, drawing and modeling lessons, rebuses, crosswords, coloring books, tests and many others. dr.

3. Kosmovenok – 6-12 years

Named for the little space traveler Kosmovenka , who studies the stars and planets of different galaxies. In his adventures, he is accompanied by his faithful friend Pix – a curious and restless alien creature. Each issue of the magazine has a thematic content.The first was dedicated to the rocket and other aircraft. The theme of the second issue is optics.

4. Mishutka – 6+

In the magazine: games, magic tricks, stereo pictures, scanwords, crosswords, illusions, homemade products, charades, rebuses, riddles, jokes, an encyclopedia, fairy tales, poems, children’s drawings, contests and a great game for the whole family! Mishutka is a friend of all children!

5. Pistol – 6+

Educational illustrated publication about nature for children of preschool and primary school age.

6. Fidget – 6+

Instructive tales, educational puzzles, unusual and exciting facts about the world around us and other useful information for a child. Contests with valuable prizes are held for subscribers!

7. Great walk through … – 6+

“A great walk around …” is a fascinating journey through the countries of the world. The geography of the country, its customs and animals are presented in a form accessible to children.Each issue contains colorful pictures and tasks, a crossword puzzle and a handicraft.

8. Fun lessons – 6+

Colorful children’s educational magazine invites you to go on an exciting journey through the land of knowledge. For you funny stories, riddles, games, crafts, useful tips.

9. Why and why – 6+

You will find answers to a wide variety of questions on the pages of this colorful, educational magazine for children.Also for you fairy tales, stories, crosswords, games, crafts.

10. Murzilka – 6+

The Murzilka magazine celebrated its 90th anniversary in 2014! On the pages of the magazine: contemporary stories, fairy tales, poems, comics, games and ventures. Quizzes, Art Gallery, Do It Yourself and Board Game magazine tabs will help you spend your family fun and enjoyment!

11. Reading – 6+

Chitaika is a monthly magazine for children of primary school age. Published since 2006.
The goal of the magazine is to attract their parents to the good old traditions of family reading through young readers, to create a living creative channel for communication between children and parents on the pages of the magazine.
The heroes of the magazine – the inquisitive boy Chitaika and his friend – the wise Owlet cheerfully and convincingly prove that “Reading is the best teaching” and “The book is your spiritual protection”.
In each issue of the magazine: poems, fairy tales and stories of the best modern children’s writers, crosswords and games based on famous literary works, a poetry master class, amazing stories about the origin of names and surnames, the extraordinary adventures of Chitika and Dictionaries.
Also, each issue of the journal is equipped with a special supplement with professional tips from leading specialists in the psychology and pedagogy of children’s reading – on how to talk with children about spiritual and moral education through classical works.

12. Timoshka – 5-10 years

For children 5-10 years old, puzzles, crosswords, rebuses, crafts, riddles, historical facts.

13. Fairy World – 6+

Colorful educational and educational magazine for children 6-12 years old. Author’s tales, parables, poems, riddles, crafts, contests

14. Misha – 6+

“Whoever reads” Misha “gets fives!” – consider our readers from 6 to 12 years old, their parents, teachers and librarians.The magazine is over 25 years old, it is one of the best in Russia. Poems, riddles, comics, games, homemade products, lotteries and contests with prizes.

15. Fidget 90 150 – 6+

Everyone knows the fidget! New modern fairy tales, original puzzles and crosswords, amusing comics … Contests with valuable prizes.

16. ChiP for children – 6+

This is a specialized application for children. It differs in an unusual concept – a boy who exists only on its pages, whose name is CHIP, together with his friends, maintains constant headings: “Big Adventure”, “Time Machine”, “Imagine”, “My computer” and others

17. Philippok – 6+

Patriotic educational magazine for children from 6 to 12 years old with interesting contests and quizzes.

18. Why? – 6+

For children about science, nature, travel, sports. Comics, games library, tests will help you in your studies and at your leisure.

19. Learning from 6 years

Travel, adventure, ethnology, logic tasks, large board games. A harmonious combination of literary and educational material, play and developmental tasks.The best modern and classical Russian literature. A competition is held in each issue, where valuable prizes and gifts are raffled off!

20. Visiting a good fairy tale – 6+

Fairy tale, educational tasks and master classes + 40 stickers.

21. Your magazine for all holidays – 6+

An exciting educational magazine for children who have already learned to read! Favorite heroes of animated films, together with young erudites, solve puzzles, wander through labyrinths, look for differences, solve scanwords.


1. Extracurricular activities – 1-4 grade

The uniqueness of the “Extracurricular Journal” is that it not only allows you to “solve problems”, but develops learning skills! This method was developed with the participation of experienced teachers and methodologists, in full accordance with the official educational standard in force in schools. Regularly training their learning skills with the help of the “Extracurricular Journal”, young readers will be able to cope with any task from the school curriculum on their own: this will simplify homework, improve academic performance, and give the child pleasure from their own success!

From 12 years old:

1. Children’s encyclopedia

Cognitive, illustrated, thematic magazine for children and adolescents, which answers a thousand questions about the world around us. The magazine’s motto is: COMPRESSED! CONTENT! FASCINATINGLY!

Electronic children’s magazines

Electronic magazines for children

Electronic journal – a periodical peer-reviewed publication, an electronic analogue of a printed journal, available for viewing on a computer.Distributed over the Internet.

Original electronic journals published only on the Internet Electronic pampas : a literary magazine for children and adults. Fairy tales, stories, poems by famous and not yet very famous writers. Authors’ biographies. Archive of the magazine since 2000. “Zateevo” – online magazine for schoolchildren 10-14 years old. Publications about space exploration, famous people, nature, culture, sports, etc.e. Tips for boys and girls. Library. Humor. Quizzes and contests.

Electronic versions of printed magazines – Colorful, mysterious and fascinating site of “Murzilka” magazine. Many poems and stories for young readers, advice and information for adults. “Murzilka” has been published since May 1924 and is addressed to children from 6 to 12 years old. For 88 years of existence of the beloved children’s magazine, its release has never been interrupted. Archive of issues from 2005. – “Pionerskaya Pravda” – Russian and Soviet newspaper for children, leading its history since 1925. Today, Pionerka, a color illustrated publication that is published 4 times a month, remains a light and useful newspaper that brings joy to children who read it and participate in its publication. She has preserved her traditions of holding children’s contests, exhibitions, sports competitions and other events, which are no less successful among the younger generation than in Soviet times. monthly magazine for children and youth “Koster”. Archive of numbers since 2001 . electronic version of the magazine of the educational and entertaining magazine “Klepa” for children from 7 to 12 years old.

http: // http: // children’s comic magazine “Funny Pictures” . Designed for children from 4 to 10 years old.We open creative workshops. Our editors Tim Sobakin, Marina Druzhinina and Tatyana Ivanova will not only answer your questions, but also introduce readers to their vision of the current situation in children’s and family reading. – Electronic version of the unique oldest journal about nature for children and youth “Young naturalist ” – materials of the journal headings, announcements, competitions. Ecological journals of the edition of the almanac “ Azure” – “Svirelka” – for children 3-8 years old, schoolchildren “Svirel”, “Azure”. Archive of issues since 2009. – “Klassny Zhurnal” – modern interactive magazine for children of primary and secondary school age (target audience 7-11 years old, boys and girls)

90,000 Analysis of children’s reading magazines (based on a survey of Moscow schoolchildren)

Bibliographic Description:

Smorodinova, M.V. Analysis of magazines for children’s reading (based on a survey of Moscow schoolchildren) / M. V. Smorodinova, Z. F. Epifanova. – Text: direct // School pedagogy. – 2019. – No. 1 (14). – S. 48-49. – URL: (date of access: 26.08.2021).

Currently, the student has the opportunity to choose among a huge number of children’s magazines those that arouse his greatest interest, will be useful to him, help him navigate the problems of interest to him, help to have fun and usefully spend leisure time.

Modern children’s magazines have their own specifics, they orient young readers of different age groups, are of undoubted practical, scientific, educational and entertainment interest. In them, the student can find useful tips, examples of how to create crafts with his own hands, interesting facts, comics, stories, rebuses and puzzles.

In order to identify which magazines are read by modern schoolchildren, we conducted a survey among a relatively small group of students in grades 5 and 6, two Moscow secondary schools and a gymnasium.We interviewed 151 students. As a result of the survey, it was revealed which magazines are of interest to schoolchildren, and, most importantly, whether reading a children’s magazine is one of the forms of leisure activities.

As it turned out, the preferences of schoolchildren in the choice of magazines are quite diverse. Here is a far from complete list of magazines that are of great interest to children: “Toshka”, “Hedgehog”, “Erudite”, “Klassny Zhurnal”, “Sasha and Masha”, “Fixies”, “Masha and the Bear”, “Barboskins” , “Why Much and Friends”, “Paw Patrol”, “Winx Wizards”, “Little Baby on Vacation”, “Cotello” .These magazines are diverse in their genre specifics, which testifies to the already partly developed taste preferences of schoolchildren.

All popular magazines named by children can be divided into two thematic groups:

1. Entertainment magazines ( “Cool Magazine”, “Hedgehog”, “Sasha and Masha”, “Fixies”, “Masha and the Bear”, “Barboskins”, “Little Baby on Vacation”, “Paw Patrol” , “Fairies of Winx”, ) ;

2.scientific and educational magazines ( “Erudite”, “Pochemuchka and Friends”, “Toshka”, “Kotello”) .

To begin with, let’s analyze entertainment magazines .

The monthly Klassny Magazine, small in size, is very much loved by children of secondary school age. Each issue of the magazine contains up-to-date information for children: comics, novelties of computer games, scientific facts, book novelties, examples for creating crafts, puzzles.Unique drawn characters Pantukle and Zhukabra live on the pages of the magazine, who help young readers to understand the issues of interest to them.

“Hedgehog” is a kind, funny, informative, monthly magazine. His heroes, the Hedgehog and his friends, prepared interesting tasks for the children, such as: labyrinths, puzzles, comics, board games, coloring books, math tasks, puzzles, scanwords, rebuses, crosswords, works of art and poetry. This magazine can be viewed as a jointly read publication by parents and children.

The magazine “Sasha and Masha” is built on the same principle as many children’s magazines with a variety of tasks: puzzles, rebuses, labyrinths, anecdotes, comics, riddles, coloring pages. The presence of a literary text in the entertainment magazine is also encouraging. Each issue of the magazine contains a gift – a 3D toy that a child creates with his own hands.

The Fixiki magazine has been published for more than 5 years and during this time has gathered its own permanent audience. The novelty of the magazine is that it is written on behalf of one of the heroes.There is an editor-in-chief in the room – one of the favorite little people. On his behalf, the story is told in the magazine, and it is he who determines the content of the issue. The magazine contains contests with valuable gifts, a lot of informative information, a variety of puzzles, crosswords, puzzles, labyrinths, recipes for delicious dishes, as well as crafts and tests from fixies. Over the years, the magazine has retained its recognition, enriched with new headings and materials, which only benefited it.

The interactive magazine “Masha and the Bear” is intended for active and cognitive children.The magazine is printed on quality paper, with vivid illustrations. On the pages of the magazine, young readers will find new stories about their favorite characters, funny comics, board games, funny poems and songs, recipes, and exciting tasks to help children learn a lot of new and useful things. With each number, the children will receive wonderful crafts, contests and gifts. The magazine presents an interesting section “Creating with Masha” in which children send photos of their works.

The Barboskiny magazine was created based on the domestic animated series, which is so loved by children of preschool and school age.Each issue contains educational tasks and riddles, stories in pictures from the lives of heroes, funny games, coloring books, crafts, a lot of useful information and a bright poster.

“Little Baby on Vacation” is a publication for erudite schoolchildren. The magazine presents Scandinavian, classic, Hungarian crosswords, educational puzzles, games, labyrinths, rebuses, riddles for children.

The magazines “Paw Patrol” and “Winx Wizards” were created on the basis of foreign animated series of the same name.

In each issue of the magazine “Paw Patrol” children are waiting for: fascinating stories, riddles, puzzles, hand-made articles, coloring books, board games. The creators of the magazine have not forgotten about their readers. Their numerous photographs are printed on the last page of the magazine.

On the pages of the Winx Fairy Magazine, sorceresses experience extraordinary adventures, do good magic and help everyone who needs it. Each sorceress has a certain gift that helps them cope with ill-wishers.In the magazine, young readers will find comics with new adventures of famous sorceresses, a horoscope, recipes and novelties from the music world, there will also be a place for works sent to the editorial office.

Next, we will look at scientific and educational journals.

In an entertaining form, the Erudite magazine will tell curious readers about the history and the present day of science and technology, outstanding scientists and discoverers. Young readers from the pages of the magazine will learn how machines and mechanisms are arranged, why certain natural phenomena arise.Special headings are devoted to modern computer and aerospace technologies, riddles of wildlife, forecasting the future. The creators of the magazine invite their readers to conduct simple, but amusing and instructive physical experiments, solve puzzles, and answer questions. The magazine contains a huge number of vivid illustrations.

“Pochemuchka i Druzya” is the first magazine with the help of which children learn about the world, learn to draw, read and count, and receive a lot of cognitive information.Each issue of the magazine contains: interesting stories, exciting tasks, board games, math tasks, drawing lessons, creative tasks, educational materials, pages for coloring and a set of stickers.

In addition to vivid illustrations and photographs, the magazine includes compositions made of plasticine, paper and natural materials, which contributes to the development of the child’s aesthetic taste and creative thinking.

In the magazine “Toshka” there is a funny and inquisitive puppy who talks about wild animals, about the secrets of raising and caring for pets.An exciting competition is published in each issue, and the winners will receive valuable prizes. And also a funny puppy Toshka offers to guess riddles, crosswords, puzzles, read interesting facts about animals, answer questions, make a craft, take a test. The central spread of the magazine is occupied by a poster showing unique author’s photographs of animals.

Cotello continues the theme of educational magazines about animals. Here is presented at once the whole amazing world of cats, stories about breeds, interesting facts, tests and a huge number of beautiful photos.The magazine publishes creative contests and drawings of readers on a cat theme.

Schoolchildren were offered questionnaires with two questions:

  1. For what purpose do they read the magazines?
  2. What are they guided by when choosing a publication?

The following answers were given in the questionnaires: “It is very interesting for me to learn about the facts taking place in the world”; “Interesting information is written in magazines about the world around us … you can see pictures of rare animals”; “The magazine is up-to-date and keeps me informed”; “It’s interesting, educational and colorful.” Thus, the main incentive for schoolchildren to read is the presence of interesting information in magazines. The most interesting material in children’s magazines for schoolchildren are: comics, contests, games, riddles, crosswords, scanwords, stories, poems, crafts, colorful and realistic illustrations. Therefore, we can conclude that children are attracted by material not only of an entertaining, but also of a cognitive nature.

An analysis of the questionnaires showed that students in grades 5 and 6 read children’s magazines, if not daily, then several times a week in their free time (71% of the respondents).But there are those who read magazines very rarely or do not read them at all (29% of the respondents). As the reasons for “dislike” for children’s magazines, they named: “dislike” for reading in general, lack of time due to a large number of homework, and the cost of magazines . As we can see, the number of children who read magazines is almost 2.5 times higher than the number of those who do not read, but this does not mean that their reading interests are age appropriate and aimed at satisfying aesthetic needs.At least two conclusions can be drawn from the current situation. First: the magazine is included in the reading circle of most modern schoolchildren, therefore, it is a good alternative to leisure activities. Second: without guidance from the teacher, the vast majority of children will not turn to children’s magazines, so the teacher’s task is to get students to read such magazines. This can be done not only in extracurricular work, but also in traditional lessons, using materials from children’s periodicals (crosswords, quizzes, rebuses, stories, poems, puzzles) and pointing to their source, that is, to the magazine.Thus, the teacher will form students’ need to read not only magazines, but also literary texts. It is this way of familiarizing schoolchildren with reading magazines that can become one of the constituent elements of a comprehensive guidance for children’s reading.

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Klassny Zhurnal

Klassny Zhurnal – modern interactive magazine for children of primary and secondary school age (target audience 7-13 years old, boys and girls), published since 1999 and is one of the most popular children’s weeklies in Russia.

Each issue of the “Klassny Magazine” contains the most relevant information for children: from cartoons, computer games and children’s new films to scientific discoveries, sports, technology.The journal maintains a balance between cognitive and developmental information.

Unique drawn characters Pantukle and Zhukabra live on the pages of the magazine, helping readers to understand the issues of interest to them.

The key advantages of the magazine are constant communication with the audience, answers to readers’ questions, the publication of letters, numerous and varied competitions. The magazine is accepted by the parent audience with approval and can be considered a publication read jointly by parents and children.

In August 2006 the journal was approved by the Moscow Department of Education of the Moscow Government (N2-2273-34-16).

The magazine is distributed throughout Russia (retail and subscription).

Specialists in early childhood development are involved in the preparation of the magazine. Games and colorful drawings not only help prepare for school, but also develop creativity and imagination. “PonyMashka” – educational magazine for kids 3-7 years old.Each number is a separate adventure of a funny pony character named Masha. With her it is very fun to learn to read, write, count, draw, and also sculpt, craft and cook unusual children’s food. Colorful reusable stickers are included with the magazine once a month.

Main Thematic Sections:

Train your hand – Drawers and strokes help prepare little fingers for writing.

Developing thinking – labyrinths and tasks for ingenuity.

We count – pages with funny games for the account.

Developing attention – colorful puzzles where you need to find differences or find hidden objects, teach concentration and attention.

Developing speech – having studied the picture, the child will be able to logically build and tell a funny story.

In August 2006 the journal was approved by the Moscow Department of Education of the Moscow Government (N2-2273-34-16).

The magazine is distributed throughout Russia (retail and subscription).

Editor-in-chief of the Klassny Zhurnal children’s magazine Aleksey Khodorych: “I sat on the Internet – I was dull, exhausted, wasted time”

Remember the “Autumn Marathon”: he sews, and cooks, and prints. This is practically about Aleksey Khodorych, editor-in-chief of Klassny Zhurnal. In addition to running the best-selling children’s weekly in Russia, he writes books and songs that he himself sings, receives awards in journalism, comes up with funny stories and shoots videos about them.As a native of the publishing house “Kommersant” “fit” into the children’s theme and what came of it, Alexei Khodorych told in an interview with Pressfeed .

You have been an editor for the Dengi magazine of Kommersant Publishing House for a long time, where you covered topics that were far from childish – for example, wrote about various types of fraud, even published a book, and received awards for your work. At the same time, together with his colleagues Kolya Poluektov and Pasha Prezhentsev, he “brewed” moonshine within the framework of the Kosogorov Moonshine project.And now you are the editor-in-chief of the best-selling children’s weekly in Russia, Klassny Zhurnal. As they say, where is my home, and where is Kura. Why did you suddenly decide to go back to childhood?

The children’s theme has always been close to me in spirit, because I myself am a child at heart – Alyosha Khodorych, 10 years old, who believes in fairy tales and miracles and loves adventure. How I got into business journalism is another story altogether. In 1992, in Rostov-on-Don, where I studied at the Faculty of Journalism, a couple of years older guys – Sergey Stroitelev, Alexey Timoshenko, Andrey Miroshnichenko and others – started to publish the first business weekly in the city.Our example was Kommersant. They started with the money of the Alisa exchange. The weekly was named “City N”. Not because we loved Mike Naumenko. Although this may be why. By the way, “City N” still exists, including in paper form.

In general, it was interesting, I was in my second year, and my friend Kirill Vishnepolsky and I came there. It was a very interesting job. Andrei Miroshnichenko once wrote a whole story about her – “Who needs her, this Adele Nekoey?” In addition to being a well-known media futurologist, he is also an excellent writer, personally to me this thing seems to be the best for him.But Gorod N itself was a purely business-like product – from the category of those where at the beginning of the text there was just a lead (a summary), and not an introduction (an intriguing paragraph). But any constraints are always useful, as they allow you to come up with something new.

And so I came up with a format where I could constantly joke in business texts – an overview of various product markets. Kirill Gorsky did approximately the same in Kommersant, I even took from him a table for speculators with a rate of profit and attractiveness. Since the reviews themselves contained rather boring information, I began to regularly use fake quotes of famous people in the past.”As Paustovsky used to say …”, “Alexei Tolstoy called such tea Buratin’s drink” and so on. One fake quote per review. The editor-in-chief, of course, was in the know. But it was understood that it is clear that this is a joke. Indeed, many have read these reviews just for the sake of one such phrase.

And so I worked in business journalism for many years, conducted serious investigations, worked with invoices, sources, analyzed, compared, incriminated, conflicted, and then, suddenly, on Facebook I saw a post by Denis Samsonov from Open Systems that was needed editor-in-chief for a children’s edition.And for some reason it had never occurred to me before that it was possible. It turned out that you can.

I love childhood, I like children’s books. My favorites are about Carlson and “Anechka-Nevelika and Straw Hubert” by Vitezslav Nezval – about what is dear to me, about the world of fairy tales and adventures. It seems to me very logical that I did it. At the same time, I try to work not only for children, but also for an adult audience, I raise many issues related to childhood in the “Cool Childhood” program on the MediaMetrix radio.

What was the most unexpected for you in a new topic for you?

The most unexpected thing for me was the attitude of advertisers to children’s paper publications. I understand that going to the Internet is a trend, even the Kommersant-Money magazine, where I was the editor of the department for many years, is no longer published in paper.

But children’s magazines in paper form will be the last to die – and I have said this many times.

It would seem that there is an excellent audience, with a circulation of 55 thousand., “PonyMashki” (a magazine for preschoolers) – 40 thousand, but, as a rule, advertisers are not interested in all this. Of course, not all of them, we are trying to work with different companies in one way or another, but the majority have the attitude that paper time is gone, “we only advertise on the Internet”. I think this attitude is imposed by advertising agencies.

Children now primarily consume content online. But what can I say – even school diaries are now in electronic form. How to sell a magazine on paper to an audience for whom gadgets come first?

The audience of our magazine – children 7-13 years old – still read the paper.One way or another, their parents restrict them, children start to get into the Internet like in a whirlpool from about 11, but in general this is the territory of 14 and above. But, of course, you have to compete with the network. One way or another, this is an attractive place for children where you can watch a cartoon or video of Ivangai, play games, and chat with peers. If earlier reading had to compete mainly with TV, now it is the Internet. Sales of all paper magazines are falling, and Klassny Zhurnal is no exception.A few years ago, we issued each issue with a circulation of 95 thousand copies, now 55 thousand. But this is a fact of objective reality. We just continue to believe that paper magazines will be needed for many years to come. The future is, of course, unclear. But now I do not understand at all how the Internet can replace reading. Books or magazines – it doesn’t matter. Personally, we always see magazines as a way for a child to love reading. But reading the text itself performs several functions at once. A person concentrates, his imagination awakens, he develops, learns to think and analyze, he has his own ideas.In general, there is no alternative to the text.

But on the other hand, we see how the attention of the audience is rapidly gaining video, interactive, picture. And this just sprays, dulls, exhausts. In general, the complete opposite of reading. I read a book or a magazine – I got smarter, came up with something of my own, had a good time. I sat on the Internet – I was dull, worn out, wasted time. While we are fighting, and what awaits us all ahead is not clear. Ask Andrey Miroshnichenko, this is his favorite topic.

Together with Klassnoy Zhurnal you constantly participate in something somewhere, hold promotions and contests. Why don’t you develop in the network? Isn’t that logical given the age of the magazine’s audience?

We have a website, but still the main product for us is a paper magazine. Creation of a full-fledged website is a separate big task for which we have never had enough resources. And we didn’t see any point in wasting them. Children don’t go online to read, as we’ve discussed.Reading is enough for them even at school. Yes, even in the summer they are forced to read! Nevertheless, now we have decided to create a full-fledged website for the magazine, where content from the latest issue will be partly posted. The site will also be closely related to our other new project “Direct Contact”, which we plan to develop, summarizing the experience of our actions aimed at direct work with children, receiving feedback from them. Of course, we will also integrate our YouTube video channel into the structure of the new website.We will have very different content.

For two years in a row the action “My question to the President” was held with great success. The children sent in a huge number of questions for a direct line with the president. It’s interesting that the president even answered some of them. And what questions did you like the most, or perhaps somehow amazed you?

This year we received almost 16 thousand questions, the best 100 can be viewed here. I have three favorites this year:

Vladimir Vladimirovich! I am a gifted child.I am engaged in sciences (for example, chemistry) and art reading. I am invited to perform at various events and sometimes they even agree to pay me to perform. But I found out that in addition to salaries, adults are also paid a deduction for their future pension, and I am not entitled to this, because the contract is concluded with my mother and the transfer also goes to her account. Dear President, is it possible to make it so that I could not only earn money for ice cream, but also save up my pension? Mom doesn’t mind! (Alexander Kravchenko, 6 years old, Torzhok).

Dear Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin! Can children make suggestions for changing laws? (Anastasia Fedorova, 11 years old, Tatarstan)

How did you manage to become an intelligent, literate and humorous president? (Timofey Yezhov, 11 years old, Samara)

And last year my favorite was a question from a sixth grader Nadezhda Glebova, Amur Region:

Vladimir Vladimirovich! How to develop such willpower as yours so as not to hit Obama’s face with his fist for his unlimited behavior?

There are a lot of interesting questions.They are very diverse and cover almost every aspect of our life. That is why we decided to make something more out of this project – I’m talking about Direct Contact.

Have you changed your mind about children since you joined the magazine? In a few words – what are they, modern children?

The only thing that really surprised me was when, according to the results of the next survey, it suddenly turned out that children are very fond of labyrinths and snakes. Well, you know when you have to swipe to find your way.We, of course, always printed them, I was just surprised that they were in one of the first places.
And so – the opinion has not changed. Cheerful, capricious, dreamers, mischievous. The fact that they are modern – and outside the window it is already 2017! – does not fundamentally change anything here. Even the general obsession with gadgets is not of some system-forming nature. Modern children, of course, are more spoiled, experienced, very information-savvy. But this, too, is not yet some kind of tectonic shift. Children are like children. They grow and grow.Only the sky, only the wind, only joy ahead!

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Your 11-year-old son Vasya writes notes for the “Horror stories” section of the magazine. Where does he get ideas? Are you helping him? And how did you manage to interest the child?

I would not say that he just “writes to the heading”. There were three horror stories, each with a different story.The horror story “Three witches and the girl Leila” he somehow invented, a pretty good thing, published. And the other two – about a doll and magic matches – I myself suggested to him to develop as an idea. In general, writing stories or articles is no longer very interesting for him, although I sometimes ask him to do it. He is now passionate about videos on YouTube, now all children en masse dream of being YouTubers, Vasya is no exception, if you are interested, here is his channel.

What was the most difficult decision in your life as editor-in-chief?

It is always very difficult to make decisions about the winners in this or that competition.Sometimes it is still difficult to take into account the interests of partners in this or that special project. All other issues are resolved in a working order. There are no journalistic problems associated with whether to publish this material or not in Klassnoy Zhurnal, taking into account the specifics of the children’s publication.

What is the main idea, as a journalist, would you like to convey to PR people?

Two thoughts. Each media outlet and journalist needs to work precisely, taking into account the peculiarities of the publication, editorial plan, format, professional and personal characteristics of the journalist.I talked a lot with PR people, and I myself was a PR man when I was promoting Kosogorov Moonshine, and now I PR projects of Klassny Zhurnal, so I saw the situation from different angles. So that’s the whole secret in a point personal approach.

Each person has a button. Which he does not even mind sometimes and letting press. And if there is a button, but it does not suit you, you can also find out about this, but only pointwise.

PR people still call me, thinking that I work in the magazine “Money” – despite the fact that the magazine is no longer in its former form.This means that, alas, they are calling the old database.

Second thought. Children’s media is a very interesting object for cooperation. We are not talking about direct advertising. We care about our readers. However, there are a lot of options. As an example, I propose to watch a special theatrical performance that we did for the Big Tour. Or, for example, we are now working on a “cool money” project. In fact, a bonus program that will obviously captivate our readers. Going to the movies and paying with “cool money” is great.And this is just one of the new ideas, and how many have already been implemented! One way or another, we, children’s media, exist, we are loved, we have an audience, which means we need to work with us.

What advice would you give to journalists?

Do you really want to be a journalist? The modern world is such that there are a lot of analysts, interpreters, writers of expert opinion, and whistleblowers. And the scheme of earnings here is not as transparent and honest as in the past. In general, there is no stable money. It is another matter if the word “journalist” is understood as something else.For example, all children now dream of being YouTubers. Their desire is understandable. But the competition there is also one in a million. For every Ivangai, there are thousands of those who did everything they could, but were not appreciated.

If the desire to be a journalist still does not subside, then you need to understand that a modern successful journalist is a detective with powers that every ordinary person has. Only you can take pictures where others are not allowed, and then son Vasya every time I photograph something funny on the screen in the cinema hall, it angrily hisses to me that I have no right, even if I am a journalist.

There are some rules for creating good texts. They are simple, specific, and work. It’s just that no one performs them anyway.

Once I wrote down my rules, which I introduced to everyone who wants to work with me – to save time. Later they entered the training manual on the media direction of the “Russian movement of schoolchildren”, in which I am a member of the expert council on the information media direction.

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I want to be written about me in the “Cool Journal”.What needs to be done for this?

You need to write to me at [email protected], tell me what you are interested in. Unless you are a star of interest to children, the chances are very slim. But we have many other sections where we can tell not about you personally, but about your projects, if they seem interesting to us.

What should be done so that they never write about me in Klassny Zhurnal?

To become so scandalously famous that any mention of you in the magazine we would consider harmful.

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What qualities must a person, whom you would hire, have?

A spark in the eyes, thoroughness and, I wanted to add, a kind heart. But I thought that I knew many good workers in different fields and without a kind heart. So if it is, it’s just nice.

What do you do as soon as you come to work?

I continue to do what I do on the way to work – I do correspondence and texts.

Favorite and least favorite 30 minutes during the day?

The most beloved, when everything works out and goes on increasing. Unloved – when everything freezes for one reason or another, it does not work. But there is no correlation with the time of day. The day is irregular, overloaded, constantly hundreds of cases per second. And the question is not that I am not organized, there are just a lot of areas of work and it is important to keep track of everything. A common situation is when a person on the other side of the project already skips, gets confused, but I notice it, indicate it, direct it.Of course, I have a complete mess in my head myself, but I write everything down in Evernote, and it somehow saves me.

Best article you’ve read in your life.

I have read so many good articles and they were all good in different ways. As the best article I would like to mention my own article on journalism “Or maybe it was a janitor?” in the internal almanac of the Rostov weekly “Gorod N” “Dandelion”. On the one hand, this is immodest, on the other hand, it is an article about what is close to all of us, journalists.Basically, I think all the best articles I’ve read have been created in a similar way.

Which journalist do you think is the best?

I won’t hesitate here – Kirill Vishnepolsky. I am not saying that he is my best friend, but he is really the best journalist I know of – he knows how to isolate and formulate the main thing like no one else. And you don’t need more. The very task of journalism – conveying the essence of the subject to the readers, is popular, but accurate and textured – it is implemented as much as possible.Now he works for RBC, previously headed Men’s Health, and even earlier worked for Forbes and Kommersant – a versatile specialist. And, I say it as it is, this is the golden fund of modern Russian journalism.
He may not be as famous as journalists or political bloggers, but as a master of information, he is unique. Besides, the storyteller is excellent. And since stories happen to those who know how to tell them, a lot of stories also happen to him. There are many joint ones among them.My favorite story is how we went to interview the head of the small pier in Starocherkassk when we were still studying at the university.

Dud or Posner? Cord or Urgant?

Posner, but not at all because I am of old foundations.

I don’t really like Dud’s manner and style. It seems to me that he works unprofessionally. Not immersed enough in the subject. This is, of course, served as a style.

But nevertheless. I’m just close to the immersed approach.When you study a person for a long time, you look with a search for 2-3 years, read his interview. I have always liked Yuri Antonov very much. And somehow I decided to make material with him in “Money”. Many dissuaded me that, they say, a difficult person, he will send, you will not get around problems. But I prepared myself properly. I agreed and we talked with Yuri Mikhailovich for two days. It is a pity that I did not write on the video, but the text can still be read today. Well, we talked very sincerely. I don’t see this with Dud.

Before Urgant lost in a comic rap battle to Cord, I would have chosen him.He seems to me to be a very witty person, and I know Shnur only from his songs. But in the rap battle, Urgant showed himself to be somehow squeezed. Overaged. But as a humorous move, it was not funny. It looked artificial. Even though the fight was a joke, it was important. But Cord came out naturally, somehow very sincerely, witty.

I even immediately thought – it’s fun to chat with Cord, but I’m not sure with Urgant. So now I choose Cord.

What is your most expensive personal item?

Banjo, but it is inexpensive – 10 thousand, as a beu.But I have no more expensive personal items.

What is your dearest personal thing?


What is the best advice you would give yourself when you were 20? And the best advice to yourself is what will you be like in 20 years?

Advice to your 20-year-old – try to learn as much as possible beyond what you are learning. Of course, you should have studied even more when you were 10, but at 40 and beyond, there is less time left for learning.

Advice to yourself in 20 years – try to hold out in the saddle for another twenty.

If you weren’t a journalist, what would you be?

Screenwriter, writer, director, politician or showman. Well, or a doctor, for example. Illness as a topic attracts me very much, I know a lot, a typical sofa expert. By the way, I still hope to become a screenwriter – I write scripts and try to sell them.

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Branches: 5 | 17 |

ABVGD – fairy tales, games and lessons

– a fun useful magazine for children – fascinating fairy tales, games, educational quizzes and crosswords.Plays for home theater, scenarios of holidays and performances.

Subject: entertainment magazine children’s magazine

Branches: 3 | 8 |

Funny pictures

– the magazine includes poems and stories, board games, comics, puzzles, jokes, riddles. He organizes the leisure of the whole family, since parents read to small children, and older children need the approval of adults, whether the task from the magazine has been done well, whether the riddle has been correctly solved.

Subject: humorous magazine children’s magazine

Branches: CDB | 3 | 8 | 16 |

Funny pictures about nature. Children’s magazine “Filya”

The most interesting information about wildlife, reports from the zoo, funny quizzes about animals, ecological games, colorful photographs and illustrations, travels of famous naturalists.Each room has an additional tab with coloring pages.

Subject: educational journal nature magazine children’s magazine

Branches: 8 | 10 | 16 |

Fun lessons

is a colorful educational magazine for children. Recognized as the best children’s edition of the year.A fascinating journey through the land of knowledge, funny stories, poems, riddles, games, crafts, useful tips, scenarios for matinees and performances.

Subject: educational journal children’s magazine

Branches: 8 | 10 | 17 |

Merry entertainer

– magazine of educational games for children.Tricks, charades, puzzles, fairy tales, fun, rebuses and crosswords, quizzes, nursery rhymes, poems, origami, riddles – this is not a complete list of the magazine’s topics.

Subject: entertainment magazine children’s magazine

Branches: 4 | 8 | 10 | 12 | 16 |

Cheerful kolobok

is a new educational and entertainment magazine for kids (2-7 years old).Funny poems, fairy tales, tasks, games, coloring pages, crosswords. An interesting training section. Bright illustrations, familiar and favorite characters!

Subject: entertainment magazine children’s magazine

Branches: CDB | 2 | 8 |

Magic Firefly

Magazine for girls who will enter the kingdom of fairies, princesses and fairy tales with educational games and cognitive tasks.The firefly shines brightly!

Subject: entertainment magazine children’s magazine

Branches: 15 | 17 |

Wizards WINX

– A new children’s magazine about six girlfriends-fairies, drawn in anime style by a Russian artist. Inside there are tests, charades, simple recipes, a horoscope and fascinating stories about the magical world of fairies.Such a cool magazine!

Subject: entertainment magazine children’s magazine

Branches: 3 | 10 | 16 |


In the magazine, children will find a good fairy tale and a funny comic strip with the main characters, learn how to draw animals, walk through mazes and play a walker board game placed on the central spread.In each issue of the magazine, it will be possible to cut out a craft – a postcard for mom, a racing car or an elephant.

Subject: developing magazine children’s magazine

Branches: 8 |

Magazine for children from 5 to 10 years old “Hat” – “Speak out for kids”

funny and entertaining, serious and educational magazine in English for children!

Subject: educational journal children’s magazine

Branches: 16 |

Fairy tale magazine

– famous fairy tales with gorgeous color illustrations, coloring pictures in a gold frame, homemade toys for a tabletop puppet theater, contests, riddles and much more.

Subject: entertainment magazine children’s magazine

Branches: 12 | 17 |

Playing with Mom

Magazine for preschoolers and their parents. Learning to know the world. Pictures, a fairy tale, different tasks for children – an interesting developing magazine for young children.

Subject: developing magazine children’s magazine

Branches: 5 |

Playing with Barbie

– in each issue: stories about Barbie and her friends, fashion, coloring pages, wonderful homemade products, riddles, puzzles, as well as a competition in which you can win a real Barbie doll! A gift awaits readers in each issue!

Subject: entertainment magazine children’s magazine

Branches: 5 | 7 | 10 | 17 |

Holidays with Golden Antelope

Cheerful Antelope invites children to the fascinating world of games and puzzles.With this monthly collection, parents will no longer have a problem than keeping their child busy on weekdays and weekends!

Subject: entertainment magazine children’s magazine

Branches: 10 |


An educational magazine with tons of excellent photographs, collages and thematic illustrations.The whole wonderful world of cats – a story about breeds, interesting facts and historical headings, as well as contests among readers, tests and a lot of entertainment!

Subject: educational journal animal magazine children’s magazine

Branches: CDB | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 7 | 15 | 16 |

Lego city / lego city

Stocked Lego City Magazine – An incredibly good buy! The child receives not one magazine, but two! Two different issues of Lego City magazine, plus two gorgeous toys that come with them! Each issue of the reader will have a fascinating story about heroes and villains, about how important it is to help each other and not lose courage.In addition to comics, there are interesting tasks and puzzles inside, as well as colorful posters.

Subject: entertainment magazine children’s magazine

Branches: 4 | 5 | 10 |

Lady Bug and Super Cat. Incredible Stories

The main characters of the magazine are the characters of the animated series, one of the leaders in the popularity rating of the DISNEY TV channel! Welcome to the world of adventure, transformation and superpowers!

Subject: entertainment magazine children’s magazine

Branches: 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 7 | 15 | 17 |


– in each issue of the magazine – stories in pictures, riddles, coloring pages, homemade products.Also, a special issue of the magazine is published quarterly with interesting tasks from your favorite characters of the animated series.

Subject: entertainment magazine children’s magazine

Branches: CDB | 4 | 5 | 10 | 12 | 15 | 16 |

Ray 6+

Materials and tasks of the magazine develop the child’s curiosity, intuition, imaginative thinking, and most importantly – unite the family for reading and fascinating study of the world.

Subject: developing magazine children’s magazine

Branches: CDB | 3 | 8 | 10 | 15 | 16 | 17 |


magazine about the cube world of the game of the same name. Each issue contains new secrets of potion-making, instructions for cool buildings, tips for effectively defeating enemies and the experience of other players.

Subject: entertainment magazine children’s magazine

Branches: 5 | 7 |

Little Academicians

Children’s educational and entertainment magazine. The heroes of the magazine are 5 kids who go to study with wizards, masters of their sciences. Together with them, readers will master 5 areas of knowledge.

Subject: educational journal children’s magazine

Branches: 3 |


– artistic creativity of children in the family, kindergarten, primary school. Original toys, postcards, interior crafts. We sculpt, cut, draw, embroider. Thinking and imagination, the development of independence and hard work.

Subject: magazine on needlework and creativity children’s magazine

Branches: 5 |

Masha and the Bear

is an interactive magazine for active children. On the pages of the magazine, little readers will be able to learn new stories about the interesting adventures of their favorite characters, funny comics, learn funny poems and songs.

Subject: entertainment magazine children’s magazine

Branches: CDB | 3 | 5 | 7 | 10 | 12 | 15 | 16 |


The edition will appeal to young smart people.In addition to simple, brightly designed scanwords, on its pages you will find logic problems, funny comics, trick riddles and labyrinths.

Subject: entertainment magazine children’s magazine

Branches: 12 |


More than 40 tasks for the development of attention, memory, imagination, thinking and fine motor skills: find the differences, pick and glue, finish drawing, counting, coloring the fragments, solve the puzzle.

Subject: developing magazine children’s magazine

Branches: 2 | 4 | 5 | 7 | 15 | 17 |

Princess World

– one of the highest circulation children’s magazines in Russia for girls, Egmont publishing house.The heroines of the magazine are princesses familiar to all the girls: Cinderella, Jasmine, The Little Mermaid, Snow White, Aurora. In the magazine: magical stories of fairy-tale princesses, games, handicrafts, fashionable things and useful tips, riddles and coloring books and posters. Plus a gift for a girl in every room.

Subject: entertainment magazine children’s magazine

Branches: CDB | 2 | 3 | 7 | 10 | 12 | 15 | 16 | 17 |

My Little Pony

Colorful educational magazine for kids.Each issue contains interesting riddles and puzzles, short stories for reading, educational coloring pages, a large bright poster and a gift attachment.

Subject: developing magazine children’s magazine

Branches: CDB | EF | 2 | 5 | 7 | 8 | 10 | 12 | 15 | 17 |


is the most interesting and colorful magazine! On its pages – the works of modern writers: fascinating fairy tales, stories, poems! The magazine has applications: Murzilki Art Gallery, board game, homemade products, crosswords.

Subject: literary magazine children’s magazine

Branches: CDB | 2 | 3 | 4 | 7 | 8 | 10 | 16 |

Our Filippok

– popular science, game, developing magazine for children from 7 to 10 years old Contents: the hero of my country, space, about animals, a sports kaleidoscope, natural phenomena, Filippka’s workshop, a break, funny lessons, as well as children’s poems and stories.

Subject: popular science magazine children’s magazine

Branches: CDB | 3 | 4 | 8 | 12 | 16 |

Why and why

– You will find the answer to any question on the pages of this colorful educational magazine for children.Also for you fairy tales, stories, crosswords, games, crafts.

Subject: educational journal children’s magazine

Branches: 2 | 3 | 8 | 10 | 12 | 16 |

Pulse of Nature

A new illustrated magazine for cognitive leisure and family reading – for curious children and caring parents, in an accessible form (fairy tales, poems, comics) – the most interesting about nature.

Subject: educational journal nature magazine children’s magazine

Branches: CDB | 3 |

Green Light Trip (or Young Pedestrian School)

– a one-year course of educational publications for primary classes on the safe behavior of children on the road, consisting of 12 books.The publication in an interesting form in an accessible language teaches children the basics of traffic rules, orienting them to safe behavior in appropriate weather and seasonal conditions. Books develop logical thinking, reflection and orientation in space. The editions are approved by the DOBDD of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation.

Subject: educational journal children’s magazine

Branches: 2 | 15 |

Backpack.Merry Zoo

A bright and fascinating animal magazine for children 7-12 years old. Introduces life and habits of animals, fish, birds and other neighbors on the planet. Teaches how to take care of pets. Promotes the development of ecological thinking.

Subject: educational journal animal magazine children’s magazine

Branches: CDB | 5 | 7 | 8 | 17 |

Backpack.Travel World

The most important and interesting facts about history, traditions and people, nature and sights! + Assignments and quizzes. Every month a new country!

Subject: educational journal children’s magazine

Branches: CDB | 3 | 5 | 7 | 8 | 10 | 15 | 16 |

Sanka in the land of fairy tales

The original difference between this magazine and all the others is that all riddles, puzzles, puzzles and games are here “woven” into one common fairy tale.Stories based on famous fairy tales are completely new versions of their presentation. Adults can read to their kids a fairy tale full of colorful pictures with dialogues (like comics), and the child will perform various tasks as the story progresses.

Subject: entertainment magazine children’s magazine

Branches: 3 |


– children’s literary and art magazine, published since 1992 in Irkutsk, is published 6 times a year.Addressed to children from 6 to 12 years old.

Subject: literary magazine children’s magazine

Branches: 8 |

Dog Island

Whether you are a wildlife lover, a specialist in the pet industry or a pet owner, everyone will find useful information in our magazine.Nursery managers and dog owners share the most interesting facts from the history of their favorite breed, introduce them to the peculiarities of its maintenance.

Subject: educational journal animal magazine children’s magazine

Branches: 12 |


– the main topics of the journal are the issues of teaching children the rules of safe behavior, both in everyday life and in the event of an emergency (threat of a terrorist attack, fire, flood, etc.).n.)

Subject: educational journal children’s magazine

Branches: 8 | 10 | 17 |

Special edition. Smeshariki (Malyshariki)

– the magazine is addressed to the youngest audience – boys and girls from 2 years old. With the help of bright and cute characters, they will explore the world, learn to draw, glue, tinker and take the first steps towards independent reading.

Subject: developing magazine children’s magazine

Branches: 2 |


– bright and colorful magazine will appeal to all boys 5-9 years old! Fascinating stories, interesting tasks, a lot of informative information from the world of cars and a poster with your favorite characters! With each issue, a gift awaits readers – a collectible toy character from the animated films Cars!

Subject: entertainment magazine children’s magazine

Branches: CDB | 2 | 4 | 7 | 8 | 10 | 12 | 15 | 16 | 17 |

Tom and Jerry

is a popular comic book magazine.Children from all over the world follow with delight the adventures of the nimble mouse Jerry and the unlucky cat Tom. Girls and boys are so fond of these cartoon characters that they are happy to read new funny stories that constantly happen to the restless Tom and Jerry.

Subject: humorous magazine comic magazine children’s magazine

Branches: CDB | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 7 | 8 | 10 | 12 | 15 | 16 |


Every mother dreams that her child has all the opportunities for creativity and development, to learn about the world with enthusiasm and joy.TOPA magazine was created specifically for the development of boys and girls 2 – 4 years old. Bright and understandable, the magazine inspires kids for independent creativity. At the same time, the material is selected so as to “work through” a variety of age-appropriate topics.

Subject: developing magazine children’s magazine

Branches: 8 |

Toshka and company

– funny and inquisitive puppy Toshka will become a true friend for all animal lovers.On the pages of the magazine, he will tell about wild animals, about the breeds of cats, dogs and horses, about the secrets of raising and caring for a variety of pets: from parrots to cockroaches.

Subject: educational journal animal magazine children’s magazine

Branches: CDB | 2 | 4 | 8 | 10 | 12 | 15 | 16 | 17 |

Three cats

Monthly entertainment and educational magazine for children based on the plots of the animated series “THREE CATS”.Each issue contains fascinating stories about the adventures of funny kittens, entertaining puzzles and tasks, coloring books, games and crafts. The magazine aims to stimulate and strengthen early childhood development skills.

Subject: entertainment magazine developing magazine children’s magazine

Branches: 2 | 4 | 5 | 7 | 15 | 17 |

Frozen (with gift attachment)

– in each issue of the magazine, readers will find funny stories about the adventures of their favorite characters from the Disney animated film of the same name, funny games and riddles, wonderful coloring pages and many other exciting tasks.Spend your leisure time fun and educational together with Princess Anna and Elsa, funny snowman Olaf and other cartoon characters. Welcome to the kingdom of Arendelle!

Subject: entertainment magazine children’s magazine

Branches: 2 | 4 | 5 | 10 | 15 | 17 |

Young Sorceresses Princess

is a rapidly gaining popularity children’s series for children from the Melnitsa studio.The merry adventures of Darya-nesmeyana, Elena-the-beautiful, Barbara-beauty, Vasilisa-the frog and the Sleeping Sonya-Princess in Divnogorye are now on the bright pages of comics.

Subject: entertainment magazine children’s magazine

Branches: 5 | 17 |


– children’s literary magazine for younger students.In the magazine, a game tab based on children’s books, poems, riddles, funny stories, etc.

Subject: literary magazine children’s magazine

Branches: 12 |

Shishkin Les

is a children’s educational magazine, an interesting, kind and instructive publication for children of preschool and primary school age.

Subject: educational journal children’s magazine

Branches: 2 | 8 | 10 |

Fashion School

is a monthly entertainment magazine for young beauties and fashionistas.Together with us, the girls will be able to dream up and come up with a stylish outfit, create brilliant makeup, draw a stunning manicure, as well as make cool accessories and postcards.

Subject: entertainment magazine children’s magazine

Branches: 3 | 15 |

PAW Patrol

In each episode, kids will meet familiar characters from a friendly team of rescue puppies and their captain Ryder.Well, in addition to fascinating stories and funny adventures of friends, the magazine will have a lot of games, riddles, puzzles and cool surprises!

Subject: entertainment magazine children’s magazine

Branches: CDB | 2 | 4 | 5 | 7 | 8 | 10 | 12 | 15 | 16 | 17 |


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