About National Geographic Kids
For over 35 years, National Geographic Kids has given children 6 and up an award-winning combination of photos, facts, and fun while encouraging them to learn about the world around them. Featuring jokes, games, and activities, National Geographic Kids puts science, technology, archeology, and the animal kingdom at their readers’ fingertips and its fast-paced, addictive format ensures they’ll never be bored.
The same subjects that make the adult version of National Geographic so fascinating pepper the pages of the kids version, but with a hefty dose of cheer. Your children can get the buzz on creepy crawlers on one page, get the lowdown on the language of dolphins on another, and turn one more to learn all about ancient civilizations.
All of these articles are accompanied by the kind of lush and unsurpassed photos you find in every National Geographic publication, but with a particular emphasis on exotic and often bizarre wildlife. Animal posters make a frequent appearance as do a variety of images of the offbeat and the weird. Cars in the shape of a telephone and toilets turned into planters are no strangers to Nat Geo.
Projects and Games
But the real beauty of National Geographic Kids is its philosophy of making learning fun. Puzzles, games, quizzes, and jokes keep things light, while make-and-do projects (great for homework assignments) turn your kids into active learners, not just passive readers.
So get your kids excited about learning with an affordable subscription through DiscountMags. Subscribe today!
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