Design your own city…

Design your own city

Design your own city…

What do you think are the most important things that make a city liveable for residents?

How would you create nice offices for business people, and interesting attractions for tourists?

Would you put houses and apartments next to offices, or keep them separate?

Would you design an underground railway, or do you think busses and trams are a better idea?

What’s Inside?

CUBIC Magazine Issue 27 is is all about Cities.

CUBIC is for curious kids in the 8-12 age range, and is a 48 page, A5 magazine packed with awesome images, activities, and articles.

This issue includes; what makes a city, a look at Tokyo, London, Singapore, Hobart, and Stockholm to name a few, word-searches, design-a-city, maps, icons, mazes and more…

For example, in one feature we encourage children to think about city planning with questions such as whether a subway or overland trains and trams are best.

We also discuss what an architect does, and how cities often have an “old town” and what that means from a historic perspective.

Find out more

About CUBIC Magazine

CUBIC Magazine was launched in May 2020 by a team with over forty years combined experience private tuition and the publication of children’s educational material in England, South Korea and Spain.

Our team has also published a number of books in the educational field, specifically in Mathematics. More detail on these products soon.

Our team has a good mix of backgrounds in science and visuals arts which help make CUBIC Magazine a powerful combination of the two.

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The biggest city in the world – Useful Links

Architecture (Wikipedia)

The London Underground (Wikipedia)

Sustainable Cities (Wikipedia)