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Did you know that if you could take your skin off like a coat and spread it out, it would measure about 21 square feet – the size of an average bedroom? Thankfully, this is something that humans can’t do, because without our skin, we could not survive! It is the single most important human organ, and it protects our fragile insides from water, dust, and germs. In Skin, kids will learn all about this indispensable feature of the human body and its many vital functions, including its incredible ability to regrow itself over and over again. But this issue is not just about skin itself: Kids will also get all the facts about how the hair and nails in which we take such pride and joy are actually varieties of dead skin.
A cross-section of the complex structure of skin, for kids, comes next, and is followed by an explanation of what makes some skin light and others dark, resulting in more than 30 unique skin colors recognized by scientists. They’ll also get an overview of how national debates and political tensions based on skin color have affected human history, and end their exploration with a colorful section on the many varieties of animal skins, which can show up as feathers, scales, hooves, and fur.
My kids LOVE the magazine - has been a great start point on research for papers and science fair projects!
My girl reads it cover to cover the day we get them and I love having them on the shelf for reference ;) ... thanks for a great and fun learning adventure tool.
My daughter just got her first issue of this magazine, and we're loving it - Thank you so much!
I recommend this magazine to everyone, young and old!
I love the Kids Discover magazines. I've gotten them from the very beginning and always have ways to use them in my classroom.
I ordered 20 copies of the Bones issue for my husband to put in his patient rooms. He has had very positive feedback from his patients about them.
Thank you for keeping discovering so interesting for children of all ages.
I know it says it's for kids, but everyone loves it!
Great magazine! Loaded with activities and great information. Written at a level that many ages can comprehend.
I think I, (the mom, teacher ;-) like this magazine as much or more than my kids. I usually read the entire thing first!!!