Thank you to the early adopters who’ve been proof reading CUBiC Magazine themselves and with their children.
The most common point of feedback has been to use more charts and graphs in the magazine which may not have explicit questions as in a maths workbook, but will be accompanied by a few “What do you think?” questions.
Although it’s too late to put more charts into Issue #1 about Nature, we’ll be putting more charts and pie-charts etc into Issue #2 about Sports. I think this will work well because Sports by it’s very nature lends itself to statistics and numerical analysis.
The CUBiC Magazine ISSN is 2732-530X – see above for the barcode which will be on the back page of each issue.
CUBiC Magazine is quarterly with approx publishing dates in each June, September, December and March – targeted to the Summer, Autumn, Winter and Easter breaks when children typically have a little more time to read such publications as ours.
“What Einstein was able to do was to think visually. When he looked at Maxwell’s equations as a 16-year-old boy, he visualised what it would be like to ride alongside a light wave and try to catch up. He realised those equations described something wondrous in reality.”
Here are some scanned covers for a few of the past issues of CUBiC Magazine in it’s previous incarnation which was a monthly publication.
By far the most popular issue which sold over an over was Christa – the astronaut. This issue was all about space and was in part a tribute to Christa McAuliffe who died on January 28, 1986 as one of the seven crew members killed in the Space Shuttle Challenger shortly after liftoff. This issue was on repeat sale for a long time at the Greenwich Observatory in London.
The Old CUBiC Magazine
This old version of the magazine was A5, 48 pages and published monthly.
We’ll add more spread samples in other posts.
These are now all out of print are we are unable to print any further back issues.