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Why Smore?

A science magazine for kids that has the perfect balance of information, inspiration and entertainment.
Because it’s fun and easy to read, kids won’t even notice that they’re learning so much!

Gitanjali Rao- STEM Promoter
Gitanjali Rao
Time magazine's kid of the year 2020
Smore science magazine highlights diverse individuals who are STEM promoters to show the next generation that science does not have a race, age, or color.
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Smore Magazine is a fantastic quarterly science magazine subscription that introduces science topics to kids of all ages.
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Emily Levesque, American Astronomer

A science magazine I would have absolutely cherished as a science-loving girl and I'm so glad that today's young STEM enthusiasts have Smore magazine available to them.
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Anouk Wipprecht, Fashion Tech Pioneer

Smore is a really cool science magazine for kids pushing tech, education, and science. As a girl in tech myself, I love initiatives like Smore.
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Limor Fried, Engineer & CEO Adafruit

Smore Science shows how powerful and fun learning about STEM can be, and how many different ways we can take that scientific know-how and apply it to curing diseases, making beautiful art, even exploring the Earth we live on.
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Shaesta Waiz, Pilot & Founder, Dreams Soar

It was such an honor to be part of Smore magazine’s mission to empower young girls to be curious and believe in themselves.

Gender stereotypes drops girls interest in STEM by 50%

Based on a new study from Univ of Washington and Univ of Houston (PNAS Nov 2021).

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$ 8.99 Yearly
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  • LIVE enrichment workshops
  • Entry to exclusive brand new STEM-themed book giveaways
  • Community Facebook group to connect with other parents and educators
  • Reg price $49.99/yr
  • Coupon code: STEM30
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$ 64.99 Yearly
  • Print + 4 Smore Boxes. Reg. Price $79.99/yr. Use Coupon Code DREAMBIG
  • 4 expert curated STEM Fiction / Non-Fiction Books
  • 1 Science artifact or tool
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