OKIDO Subscription: USA
OKIDO is the award-winning, eco-friendly, science and arts magazine for children 3-7 years. Created by scientists and educators, OKIDO promotes fun, immersive STEAM learning, with a new topic to explore every month like Dinosaurs, The Body and Space Exploration.
STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) promotes learning the key skills of critical thinking, curiosity and creativity. OKIDO makes the learning fun for preschoolers, giving them a head start for school and beyond.
From just $10 a month, each illustrated, book-quality magazine has experiments, activities, recipes, doodles, games and much more. Children collect OKIDO, returning to issues time and time again as they find new things to explore, play and learn.
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SUPER SCIENCE ADVENTUROUS ACTIVITIES
FOR BRILLIANT BOYS AND GIRLS
OKIDO puts creativity and art at the heart of learning about science.
OKIDO has activities for all stages of development to support children’s education.
OKIDO is fun and engaging for all genders, promoting equality amongst every child.
HOURS OF LEARNING THROUGH PLAY
There's always something to make in OKIDO magazine!
Each issue is jam-packed with different kinds of activities!
Learn through games and have fun with OKIDO!
Our Mission Statement
OKIDO’s mission is to create the next generation of imaginative scientists.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Such a beautifully presented magazine. Full of educational features and activities. My son absolutely loves it!
Rather than offering free gift gimmicks and stickers, Okido magazine is a magazine you can return to again and again, continuing to fuel children’s imaginations and creativity.
I have a two year old asking about the stars and comets and a four year old who is an expert on gravity!