Martial arts media for children includes martial arts magazines and sports related magazines as well as other forms of media including coloring books, puzzles and more.
Sports Illustrated Kids Magazine
Sports Illustrated Kids, the first sports magazine written for kids ages 8 and up, connects with its readers through their passion for sports. The magazine offers kids the access to athletes and sports information that they want with in-depth reporting, action photography, first-person athlete accounts and other features. The magazine, books, and web site sikids.com, promote positive values, good sportsmanship and the fun of reading.
Phonics Power! (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) (Step into Reading)
This Step into Reading boxed set includes 12 full-color phonics readers featuring Raphael, Donatello, Leonardo, and Michaelangelo of Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Each book features a specific phonics concept that will give boys and girls ages 3 to 7 the tools they need to begin reading on their own.
Martial Arts Coloring Book (Dover Coloring Books)
From the ancient Chinese art of Shaolin Kung Fu to Krav Maga, Israel’s modern self-defense system, this coloring book offers a fascinating look at martial arts from around the world. Captions accompany illustrations of 30 styles: Judo, the “gentle way” of Japan; Brazilian Capoeira, which incorporates music and dance; Muay Thai Boxing, Thailand’s national sport; and many other forms of contact combat.
Karate Stickers (Dover Little Activity Books)
by Bob Censoni