It’s winter, the nights are at their longest and the sky seems darker and wider than ever. This time of year, there is nothing better than doing a bit of moon-gazing and with Issue 16 children will learn all about our magical moon. Inside this beautifully illustrated issue, you will find all kinds of lunar stories and facts to absorb while bundled up or cozy by the fire.
In this issue, you will discover three stories that tell us something about the nature of the moon: its origin, its phases and whether it could be a place that humans could call home. And by the time you have read this magazine, we hope that you will be able to make a moon viewer, name the moon’s phases, create a lunar calendar, draw the moon, craft a moon lantern… and much more!
Each issue of A Year and a Day seasonal magazine includes stories, activities, and several additional seasonally-themed pages, including recipes, posters and facts.
- Age Group: older children and adults 6+, preschool 3 to 6
- Brand: A Year in a Day