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High Five Magazine by Highlights

High Five Magazine by Highlights

It’s never too early to instill good healthy habits for your child, especially ones that help them learn and develop. Highlights has put together a piece called High Five Magazine, a release meant for children of young ages so they can get used to the format and reception of information. The magazine hits a target age of 2-6 years old and provides great content in an entertaining form for young children to teach, inform, and prepare a child for the world of language and reading.

The magazine itself offers this at the new price of $39.96 for the print and digital versions, and the bundle of both for $48.00. The magazine comes in the form of a monthly release of 36 pages of recipes, crafts, stories, puzzles, and poems for your child to enjoy.

The magazine does extremely well at providing positive role models, reinforcing good behavior, and promoting growth in the ability to solve problems. With High Five Magazine, a parent can be sure their child has the opportunity to progress and hone mental abilities while still having a blast while learning about the world around them.

The activities included for your child (and even you!) are constructive and help to build a great foundation for your child in many subject areas. At just more than a dollar a page, the magazine offers a strong content in a great format for a very reasonable price.



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