Augmented reality magazine for kids.

Launching young minds into big thinking.

The augmented reality (AR) magazine offers extra content through an iPad, iPhone, Smartphone or Android device. Recent studies have demonstrated that AR technology improves literacy in children.

Download the Blippar app (free) on your mobile device. Try it out now on the sample pages below. Launch the app, and scan the cover and watch everything come to life!

An award-winning magazine for kids and Teaching Aid

Parents Choice Awards Gold medal recipient 2015 & 2016. Canadian Children’s Book Center Best Books for Kids and Teens selection

Media Acclaimed: Best magazine for kids using AR technology

Appearances on TVOKids, Daytime, Business News Network, and appreciated by many science, technology and education organizations.

Distributed Frequently

Published quarterly, Brainspace is delivered seasonally to span the school-year. Issues are sent from September (Fall issue) to June (Summer issue). The jam-packed issues cover such a broad range of topics that young learners are sure to expand their minds. Fill their brain space with great knowledge.
Give them an edge!

Educational & Engaging

We raise the bar on learning by integrating AR technology in an intelligent, and interactive magazine for kids 8 to 14. Brainspace publishes educational resources and teaching aids with AR technology for classrooms.

Advanced AR technology

Read, watch and learn with every print issue a child receives. Simply launch the free app and scan the pages. Science experiments, math demonstrations, and French language are some of the videos that can be viewed on iOS or Android devices. New content is waiting with the flip of every print page.


Print or Digital version? We send both in one! Brainspace bridges the gap between print and digital technology to expand literacy. It is the only educational publication in North America that blends digital and print magazines to offer an all-in-one for optimal learning.


By pioneering traditional kids’ editorial with technologically advanced digital content, Brainspace has huge promise in making inroads with today’s tech-connected, young readers. The folks behind Brainspace define their vision as pushing “learning beyond the bricks and mortar of schools,” and they do. Don Oldberg, Washington Post columnist

When the folks at Brainspace say their vision is “to push learning beyond the bricks and mortar of schools,” part of that is aiming to reinvent educational magazines.

Brainspace Magazine is packed with awesome educational content. Some of it is even 3-D! Even without the Augmented Reality this magazine is top notch for upper elementary school and middle school aged children. I loved the table of Contents: Good To Know, Interconnections, and Fascinating Randomness. Great titles!

All articles and writing styles are engaging and my students would for sure enjoy this new form of the magazine. It would be a great investment for any school to make. If the students aren’t engaged by the topics and content alone, they’ll be able to pick up their device and watch some of the pages come to life!

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