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Each of the magazine's nine annual issues contains several historical articles, as well as fun activities related to the culture of the times. Some of Cobblestone's regular sections include: "Mapping It," "Did You Know?," "Going Global," "Just for Fun," "Digging Deeper," "Brain Ticklers," and "Cartoon Connection."
Like other children's magazines published by The Cricket Magazine Group, Cobblestone accepts no advertising, so children can immerse themselves in learning about American history without additional distraction.
A subscription to the award-winning Cobblestone magazine would make a fun, educational gift for the budding historian in your life!
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Cobblestone magazine is a great magazine for history lovers and kids who balk at history alike. The topics are great and very in depth and it makes a fabulous addition to a home school magazine library collection. My only complaint is that the topics are so in-depth that it is only a one topic/edition magazine. That means that I better like the 9 topics set up for the year - but on the plus side the website does list those out in advance, so I can plan my history lessons around it if I like.