Kids, Code, and Computer Science Magazine
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Kids, Code, and Computer Science Magazine

The first thing one notices about this publication is the high quality of its writing, which is crisp, clear, engaging, and informative (not to mention entertaining). The second is the diverse range of Computer Science topics covered in a single issue - highly absorbing and entertaining pieces such as those covering artificial intelligence, classic video game consoles, and automobile computers, among others. Along with these are pieces more explicitly intended to educate budding programmers of all ages as to specific elements of coding (loops, unit testing, the Dart programming language, . . .). There's plenty more - profiles, interviews, puzzles, math-related pieces, numerous resources. And amidst all this diverse and valuable information, the magazine manages to be quite well-suited to the needs of both older and younger kids. Parents, in particular, will appreciate pages like the one loaded with fun, engaging ideas for arousing the interest of 5 - 8 year olds in computer science. The annual cost for this bi-monthly magazine is US: $29.99/yr (includes both print and online access).