探索我的圖書館
searchclose
shopping_cart_outlined
exit_to_app
category_outlined / 兒童 & 青少年
Highlights for ChildrenHighlights for Children

Highlights for Children June 2019

The experts at Highlights know how to keep kids motivated while they learn. Filled with fiction, nonfiction, Hidden Pictures®, skill-building puzzles, science experiments and more, this read-only digital version of Highlights magazine strengthens reading abilities, promotes creativity, sharpens thinking skills, and helps build confidence. Visit Highlights.com to learn more. Ages 6-12.

國家/地區:
United States
語言:
English
出版商:
Highlights for Children, Inc.
閱讀更多keyboard_arrow_down
訂閱
$1,214.12
12 期號

本期

access_time1 最少
fun this month

Paddleboat Puzzler Help Denise and her dad paddle past the lily pads. Answer on page 38. Walk-and-Spot Game Play this game on walks with friends or family. The “spotter” spots an object in the distance and tells the group the color of the object. The spotter makes a slow beeping sound, getting faster as the group gets closer to the object. If the group passes the object before anyone guesses it, the spotter takes another turn. If someone guesses the object, he or she is the next spotter. Be a Math Magician in 6 Steps! By Teresa A. DiNicola 1. Ask a friend to pick any number without telling you what it is (example: 13). 2. Have him add 5 to it (13 + 5 = 18). 3. Tell him to multiply that new number by 3 (18 ×…

access_time1 最少
highlights for children

Editor in Chief: Christine French Cully Vice President, Magazine Group Editorial: Jamie Bryant Creative Director: Marie O’Neill Editor: Judy Burke Design Director: Patrick Greenish, Jr. Senior Editor: Joëlle Dujardin Associate Editor: Linda K. Rose Assistant Editors: Patty Courtright, Allison Kane Crafts and Activities Editor: Lisa Glover Copy Editor: Joan Prevete Hyman Senior Production Artist: Dave Justice Production Assistant: Susan Shadle Erb Editorial Assistant: Hannah Bersee Contributing Science Editor: Andrew Boyles CEO: Kent S. Johnson Vice President, International: Andy Shafran…

access_time1 最少
learning about our world

I enjoy visiting parts of the world I’ve never seen before. Most often I do that by reading a book, or an article in Highlights. Reading can teach us a lot about different places and cultures. But sometimes I also get to travel. Recently, I visited Turkey for the first time. I went there to meet Turkish teachers. I attended a children’s book fair with many kids who love reading. Afterward I enjoyed all the sights, sounds, and tantalizing smells of a Turkish market. I saw a mosque and heard the Imam’s call to prayer. Best of all, I was reminded, as I often am when I travel, that we are all more alike than different. People everywhere are curious and like to learn. We like to eat delicious food. And it’s…

access_time2 最少
the lost airplane

Cody grabbed his bodyboard and sprinted after them. “We’re leaving!” Dad called. Cody grabbed his flip-f lops. He was about to race downstairs when he noticed the tiny airplane on his cousin’s desk. That would be fun to take to the beach, he thought. I don’t think Quinn will mind if I borrow it. Quinn didn’t really play with toys these days anyway. He had a summer job now. Cody tucked the airplane into the pocket of his bathing suit. He could hear the waves crashing as he, Dad, and Uncle Jeff unloaded the car. Cody put down his towel and made a runway in the sand. Then he took out the airplane and imagined taking off. After a steep climb, he put the plane through a series of loops, rolls, and dives. “Cody, are…

access_time2 最少
a kitchen against cancer

The Bennett brothers love to cook. “I make a great crème brûlée,” says Harry. “And Heath makes the world’s best scrambled eggs!” But their most satisfying kitchen creations aren’t for eating. The boys make and sell homemade balms to raise money for cancer research. To Help a Friend Harry was 11 and Heath was 7 when they found out that their friend Timmy had Hodgkin’s lymphoma, a type of cancer. They wanted to support him. When they learned that medical treatment can make cancer patients’ lips and skin dry, the brothers got an idea. They would make and sell lip balm. They asked Timmy which scents he liked best, then with their parents’ permission, they searched online for recipes. Cooking for a Cause While trying different ingredients and combinations to create their own unique recipe, Harry…

access_time1 最少
why do we have two nostrils, not just one?

Kayla Age 9 • North Carolina Each of your nostrils opens to an airway on that side of your nose. The two airways “take turns” with some of their work. Doctors call this the nasal cycle. At any moment, the airway on one side is a little swollen (which makes the passageway narrower) while the airway on the other side is wide open. Every few hours, they switch: the restricted one opens wide, and the open one narrows. As each side narrows, the flow of incoming air on that side slows, which keeps the airway lining from drying out. A moist lining can filter out things your body doesn’t want (like dust and bacteria). Scientists think your immune system is better able to clean out bacteria when the airway is narrow. Your two-nostril nose sure…

help