Dig Magazine

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Dig Magazine

Published Seasonally  9 issues per year
(1 Reviews)
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Dig, published by the Archaeological Institute of America, lets young people ages 9-14 share in the thrill of archaeological discovery while learning about the cultural, scientific and architectural traits and beliefs of different societies. Features photos, games, puzzles, and more! More Info >>
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About Dig

Dig magazine brings the wonder and excitement of the ancient world to modern kids. Each issue is filled with fascinating articles about past civilizations. Created specifically for kids 9-14, the magazine is both entertaining and educational.

Each issue of Dig magazine is packed with interesting articles about the cultural, relational, scientific and architectural advancements of ancient societies. The magazine also covers paleontology, world history and earth sciences. Each issue contains colorful photos, games and puzzles. Dig magazine brings the wonders of the modern world to light by revealing history's greatest mysteries and most advanced civilizations. Dig is perfect for explorers and reluctant readers alike. Each issue reveals the magic of the ancient world to a new generation.

Dig magazine was created for kids who want to learn more about the most significant archaeological discoveries. Each issue is filled with articles, activities and puzzles that are designed for 9-to-14-year-olds. Dig magazine will introduce kids to the majesty and mystery of the past.
Issues per Year: 9
Estimated Delivery: 6-12 Weeks
Publishing Frequency: Seasonally
Publisher Name: Cricket Media

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Excellent Science Magazine

By Kusobear

from AZ

Having been a teacher for over 30 years and having had a roommate in college who was an archeologist, I love Dig magazine. I am able to get my students interested in science in an a different way.

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