This issue, we decided to focus on kids who fall outside the norm. The school system often falls short for kids, and whether yours are gifted, special needs, or somewhere in the middle, the key to success is patience and flexibility.
Special needs – more than just a label
This is the first time we have included a full section just for kids!
Your kids will love Learning Tangent for Kids – it’s the middle section that you can easily pull from the middle and help them make it into their own magazine. Now Learning Tangent is almost like getting two magazines for the price of one!
We made room by removing a couple of ads, and re-arranging things so that everything fits… just like before but better!
Kids have been hard at work, creating projects and writing articles to submit, we love to see this and want to encourage it. Learning Tangent for Kids is a safe place for kids to share their creations, and strategically placed so that parents can gently pull it out. As soon as the issue comes back from the printer, we’ll add photos of how to secure the pages so they won’t get lost.
In Learning Tangent for Kids:
- Raising the Monarchs, by Natalie Armstrong
- Bob from Planet Brgnyak, a Cut-Color project by David Nelson
- Growing a Sunflower Fence, by Daniel Nelson
- The Adventures of Brian, the Future Scientist, by David & Daniel Nelson
- Crossword & Wordsearch
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