Welcome to the Magazine
that keeps your kids’ attention.
Each article is designed to read smoothly and easily. The colors are bright. The illustrations are beautiful. You know where to go on the page without scratching your head.
The articles read on an elementary school level. No highfalutin words — The Circle is plain old crystal clear.
How does The Circle
keep the kids entertained for hours?
With The Circle, you get 80 packed pages of thrilling content every week!
- Riveting fiction
- Enriching nonfiction
- Quick ‘n’ cool facts
- Gripping, top-quality comics
- Interactive contests
- Fun, kid-friendly recipes
- Expanded Yom Tov content and supplements
- Stories of gedolim
Spending hours censoring your kids’ reading material
Listening to your kids kvetch that they don’t have enough to read
Running to the library early Sunday morning to make sure you get the good books
Enter the world of Circle characters.
Gizmo’s ingenious inventions flying through the air… laughs and tears with Only Mimi and the Muenster bunch… sleuthing and catching neighborhood troublemakers with Mastermind and Maven… discussing the halachah in Up for Discussion.
Discover more about the world.
Articles about science, history, and current events will capture their attention in an engrossing and engaging way that doesn’t feel academic.
Keep busy with wholesome activities.
Writing to a Circle pen pal. Creating a recipe for a contest. Building a Lego creation to be featured in the Masterpieces section. Figuring out the answer to the illustrated escape room. They will use their brains (rather than while away the time playing mindless computer games).
Living in Dallas, The Circle helps my kids feel like they belong to a bigger picture. There just isn’t enough reading material out there. With The Circle, I know that every week they’re going to get kosher reading.
They’re not flipping pages looking for a good article — each issue is a success. There is something in it for every type of kid, from adventure-filled boyish columns to dramatic serial stories to the can-you-believe-it’s-true funny news column. And my little kid is fabulous at finding the hidden pictures in the back.
The kids (and I!) love The Circle.
It’s fun reading for them and has so many hands-on activities.
My daughter Fraidy waits anxiously each week for The Circle.
It’s the perfect mix of fascinating news, information, and inspiration.
As a budding author, she especially loves the kids’ writing contests, which get her creative juices flowing.
Every page of The Circle has something to offer. There’s nothing boring inside. I trust The Circle with my kids a hundred percent — they cornered the market appealing to every kind of kid.
It keeps them entertained and amused (and secretly educated too).