Smore Magazine Subscription for Girls Review and Giveaway

I am fortunate enough to be the mom to two amazing daughters and they both happen to love science.  My older daughter was so fascinated with microbiology in 6th grade science class that she used her birthday money to purchase a stuffed paramecium and euglena.  (It’s OK…you can google it. I had to, too!) Their dad and I both have science backgrounds, so it makes me very happy that my daughters love learning about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics – or STEM – topics.

But, did you know that while women make up 48% of the US workforce, they are only 24% of the STEM workforce? Young girls have untapped talent and potential to change the world through a STEM career, but how do we cultivate that interest at a young age?  The creators of Smore are trying to do just that with their magazine created for girls ages 7 – 12 who love science.  Every issue has nearly 50 pages of beautifully illustrated content, including science-related cartoons, how-to articles, trivia, reader contributions, interviews with female scientists, and a pullout poster.  Plus, the entire magazine is ad-free.

Both my girls really enjoyed checking out the inaugural issue of Smore.  The articles and topics, complete with eye-catching illustrations and photographs, were perfect for my 8 year old to understand and enjoy, but detailed enough to keep my older daughter’s attention as well.  As a mom, I love the educational content packaged in a high quality, fun-to-read magazine – and did I mention AD FREE?!

Smore magazine has six issues a year and is available in print and digital versions.  So if you have a young girl in your life, ignite her brilliance with a subscription to Smore magazine.  For more information, visit



Do you have a daughter, granddaughter, niece, or know a young girl who loves science?  Comment below and let us know what she dreams of being when she grows up and you will be entered to win a copy of the inaugural issue of Smore magazine just for her! Giveaway ends on October 6th, U.S. Residents only.



*I received a complimentary subscription in exchange for this review. All thoughts are my own. 

Heather Little

My name is Heather Little and my husband and I have two sweet girls and one crazy dog. We moved to Florida 6 years ago and have loved every minute of it! I enjoy crafting, good food, shopping, and of course travel!

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  1. My granddaughter wants to build robots and program them.

  2. These seems a good book for girls. Informative and engaging.

  3. My younger daughter wants to be a paleontologist,my older one an actress

  4. My daughter loves to be creative and make things. Science is one of her favorite subjects

  5. A veterinarian who is a dance teacher by night.

  6. elizabeth miller says:

    My daughter absolutely loves science of any kind. She has, since for the last 2 years now wanted to become a forensic scientist. She even blew her teachers mind this year when she put it on her list because the teacher was so surprised that a kid her age knew that that she even asked my daughter what they do and she blew the teachers mind.

  7. my little niece wants to be a scientist she would love this

  8. Jennifer Tilson says:

    My daughter wants to be a musician or architect when she grows up.

  9. Sarah Oswald says:

    My niece dreams of being a singer and dancer she is such a DIVA!

  10. Jamie Williams says:

    My daughter wants to own her own business one day.

    • Hi Jamie, you have won!! An email with further instructions will be sent to you! Thanks for entering!

  11. One of mine wants to be a scientist.