We created an exciting new opportunity for students (in grades 3 - 8), who are passionate about STEM and the Arts, to start their own online student magazine! This online magazine will cover different topics in STEM and the Arts and the impact these two topics have on the greater community. Best of all, this entire magazine is made for kids, by kids!. We call this magazine The World of Us! Join us, as we explore the world from a younger perspective!
The World of Us
We created an exciting new opportunity for students (in grades 3 - 8), who are passionate about STEM and the Arts, to start their own online student magazine! This online magazine will cover different topics in STEM and the Arts and the impact these two topics have on the greater community. Best of all, this entire magazine is made for kids, by kids!. We call this magazine The World of Us! Join us, as we explore the world from a younger perspective!
Current Issue
What's Inside

Current Events - Introduction to one of the longest-living mammals on this Earth, the Bowhead Whale.

Interviews - Two interviews were conducted for our first issue. One with Adam Ratner, the Associate Director of Conservation Education at The Marine Mammal Center, and another with Sarah Berman, the Creative Arts and Science Education Coordinator at the Aquarium of the Pacific.

Science - Learn all about a strange little slug known as the Blue Dragon

Technology - Read a review on Adobe Fresco and its use in creating digital art.

Coding - Explore the differences between two of the world's most popular programming languages, Java and Python.

Art Contest - Every month, we're hosting a student art contest. See the details below for more information on submitting artwork for our upcoming Art Contest.

Gaming - Find out what are the most interesting characters in Minecraft and Animal Crossing.

Cartoons - Five different student-created cartoons.

Art Contest

Every month, we’re going to host an Art Contest with the winning artwork of students from each grade level displayed in this section.

For our next issue, we’re looking for artwork that focuses on board games. Imagine the world’s next greatest board game. What would you name this board game? How would you advertise this board game?

Upoming Art Contest: Create an advertisement for the world’s next greatest board game.

  • Artwork needs to be submitted digitally, by emailing it to theworldofus@movingmindz.com.
  • It can be submitted in any of the following picture formats: JPG, PNG, PSD, AI, or PDF
  • Artwork can be created on an 8.5 inch by 11 inch blank paper or digitally, using the dimensions 2550 pixels wide by 3300 pixels high.

Top artwork will be selected from each grade level and displayed in the Art Section of our next issue.

Deadline to Submit: Friday, July 24, 2020