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Educational Magazines

Items in the Educational Magazines category include those magazines that are both educational and timeless. They provide in-depth information about a specific subject in Science, History, or Social Studies. These magazines make great foundations for unit studies, and in many cases, the publisher websites have companion educational materials.

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  • Cobblestone: The Magic of Radio (October 1988 Magazine Issue)

    Cobblestone: The Magic of Radio (October 1988 Magazine Issue)

    $2.79

    "Among the many scientific uses of types of radio are radio tracking, radiosondes, packet radio, radio paging, radio control, and radio astronomy." — From "Radio Is Not Dead" by Jane Hill McHugh (page 39)

  • Cobblestone: Tuning In to Television (October 1989 Magazine Issue)

    Cobblestone: Tuning In to Television (October 1989 Magazine Issue)

    $2.79

    On April 30, 1954, the first pubic broadcast of television took place. Since then, the technology has significantly changed and so has the role that television takes in our daily lives.

  • Kids Discover Magazine: Inventions (Paperback) [1485]

    Kids Discover Magazine: Inventions (Paperback) [1485]

    $2.25

    Who invented the lightbulb? Edison—wrong. Who invented the automobile? Ford—nope. But Robert Goddard invented the rocket right?— Only if he were born 700 years before he actually was. If you want to learn more of the origins of today's most vital inventions, you should read this Kids Discover. Find out who laid the ground work for those great men to improve upon. Oh and in case you're wondering, the first computing machine was built circa 1830.

  • Kids Discover Magazine: Inventions (Paperback) [1256]

    Kids Discover Magazine: Inventions (Paperback) [1256]

    $2.99

    Who invented the lightbulb? Edison—wrong. Who invented the automobile? Ford—nope. But Robert Goddard invented the rocket right?— Only if he were born 700 years before he actually was. If you want to learn more of the origins of today's most vital inventions, you should read this Kids Discover. Find out who laid the ground work for those great men to improve upon. Oh and in case you're wondering, the first computing machine was built circa 1830.

  • Kids Discover Magazine: Inventions (Paperback) [1231]

    Kids Discover Magazine: Inventions (Paperback) [1231]

    $2.25

    Who invented the lightbulb? Edison—wrong. Who invented the automobile? Ford—nope. But Robert Goddard invented the rocket right?— Only if he were born 700 years before he actually was. If you want to learn more of the origins of today's most vital inventions, you should read this Kids Discover. Find out who laid the ground work for those great men to improve upon. Oh and in case you're wondering, the first computing machine was built circa 1830.

  • Kids Discover Magazine: Inventions (Paperback)

    Kids Discover Magazine: Inventions (Paperback)

    $2.25

    Who invented the lightbulb? Edison—wrong. Who invented the automobile? Ford—nope. But Robert Goddard invented the rocket right?— Only if he were born 700 years before he actually was. If you want to learn more of the origins of today's most vital inventions, you should read this Kids Discover. Find out who laid the ground work for those great men to improve upon. Oh and in case you're wondering, the first computing machine was built circa 1830.

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