Sports Illustrated Kids Magazine Subscription
First published in 1989, Sports Illustrated Kids has featured the most popular athletes using articles, photographs, games, and advice geared toward a child's perspective.
Aside from features and special sports previews, additional content in each issue is organized into the following sections: "Freeze Frame," amazing sports moments captured in a photograph; "Warmup," a round-up of news, tips, photos, and more from the world of sports; "End Zone," picture puzzles, games, and other educational stuff. Some features in every monthly issue include: "LOL," a funny sports-related photo; "Tips from the Pros," how-tos on a sports technique from athletes at the top of their game;
"Gear," recommendations on what to wear on the field or on the court; "What's the Call?," an educational feature that teaches the rules of the game; and "Sports Gamer," product reviews and tips for the sports video gamer. Another popular feature is the "Buzz Beamer" comic strip. Buzz, a young boy with blonde hair and dark glasses, is also the magazine's sports mascot, and he's featured playing a variety of sports in each issue and on the website.
12 Issues per year