Issue 6: Taste

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In Issue 6, we learn about how tastebuds work and Sara in Uruguay tells us about how bees make honey. Jimmy, Ymke, Anna and Chambers share with us the most unusual foods they’ve ever eaten and the dishes they love to cook in Madagascar, Oman, Brazil and Ukraine in 4 Kids, 4 Countries, 4 Questions.

Read about odd food jobs, and crazy food events where people throw, wrestle in or use food as boats! We have six dedicated printer-friendly activities pages including a crossword, colour-by-number, and a word-search with a gross but funny secret message.

We’ve also picked the cream of the crop of books about food for you to discover as well as reviews of books and movies by TCKs for TCKs  Food plays an important role in every culture so we’ve picked some of the best for proverbs from around the world and Sarah has performed an experiment to make bouncy eggs. Don’t believe it’s possible? You’ll have to try it!

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1 review for Issue 6: Taste

  1. matt.linsey (verified owner)

    My kids loved the latest issue of Continental Kids Magazine ‘Taste’. It is chock full of fun articles that piqued my boys interests. They read the whole thing straight through in one go. My boys are natural history buffs and loved reading about spices and bees. They also enjoyed reading out loud the different proverbs about food from around the world. Naomi does a great job of putting together a magazine that speaks to kids at a level that’s engaging, fun and full of interesting topics that stretch their thinking and imaginations. The fact that it is written specifically for TCK’s is such a treat. Having just moved to Timor Leste we were excited to see articles written by kids living in all sorts of different countries and eating cool foods. Thanks Naomi for this special magazine.

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