Watch a mini interview with Benoit on the process of making the Supernova cover.
We made a boat that puffs along using the power of steam. Watch it go!
Fine artist Minien Hattingh made a beautiful stop-frame animation for the ‘Masterclass’.
Follow these instructions to make your own Serval Mask.
Christine Jordaan went on a ghost tour to do some research about ghosts in South Africa. Read about her outing here.
Prepare your mobile phone for an emergency. Here are instructions on how to set up ICE (in case of emergency) on your phone.
This issue’s Brain Games probably boggled your brains. Here are the answers.
How did your parents fare in the parents’test? Here are the answers.
Supernova, the mag for curious kids is an educational magazine, targeted at children between the ages of 9 and 14. This bi-monthly publication aims to make children aware of issues which affect them, their community and the environment, by giving them tools and inspiration to become active and responsible world citizens.
The content of the magazine is fun, informative and entertaining to inspire a culture of life-long learning. Content includes subjects such as ecology, history, sports, science, world cultures, arts and social issues. The magazine loosely follows and enhances the school curriculum, and is used by educators as a classroom resource.
Editor: Andrea Vermaak
Launched: September 2011
Contents: Educational, entertainment
Retail price: R40.00
Subscriptions: R240.00 (one year, six issues)
or R480.00 (two years, twelve issues)
Supernova magazine is a valuable and innovate resource that is designed primarily for children between the ages of 9 and 14. Supernova should be a crucial part of any marketing plan which focuses on reaching children, their parents and educators.
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