- Format: Print Magazine
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- Publisher: National Geographic Partners LLC
- ASIN: B000063XJL
- Average Customer Review: 782 customer reviews
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National Geographic Kids Print Magazine
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NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC KIDS is a fact-filled, fast-paced magazine created especially for ages 6 and up. With an award-winning combination of photos, facts, and fun, NG KIDS has captivated its more than one million readers for over 35 years. Articles and departments entertain and inspire readers to learn about their world with amazing information about animals, science, technology, archaeology, geography, and pop culture, plus jokes, games, activities in every issue.
National Geographic Kids magazine is aimed at young readers from six years and up who want to find out more about the world around them. The magazine contains a superb blend of photos, fun facts, and articles presented in a cheery style, making it perfect for keeping kids' attention. National Geographic Kids magazine has been presenting information to kids in an accessible way for over thirty-five years.
You can expect the same kind of subjects to be included in National Geographic Kids magazine that you get in the adult version-animals, science, archaeology, and geography-but with technology and pop culture added to the mix too. As you might expect, there is also a strong emphasis on magnificent wildlife photography. Frequent appearances of animal posters can be found within the pages, as well as high-quality photographs sprinkled throughout the magazine. The addition of games and jokes, alongside other activities such as puzzles and competitions, keeps the subjects light, while still getting across the important facts.
Your children can explore ancient civilizations on one page, come face-to-face with exotic wildlife on another, and turn the next page to a make and do project, which is often perfect for homework. There are always plenty of gross/interesting facts about animals that your children are certain to share with you, or they can turn to the page that gives them the low-down on their favorite star. Regular competitions are sure to keep your kids involved too.
This quality publication ensures that your children learn while still having fun, so they are more likely to retain the information. National Geographic Kids magazine really helps to bring the world to life, and gets your children excited about learning.
Subscription Length: 1 year
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Six Animal "Trading" Cards- center of the magazine
These cards have excellent pictures of the animals on the front and True or False types of questions with answers on the back. They resemble Baseball cards but aren't printed on cardstock quite as thick.
Cost: Current cost here on Amazon of $15 ish is less expensive than the $20 per year cost reported on the BRC within the magazine. So this is currently a good deal.
Ads: There are a few ads in this magazine, but I don't feel like there is an abundance. The dates that reviews were written where they complain about ads are VERY old. The first ad in this month's magazine is a full page picture regarding the Nat Geo Wild Channel on TV. Page 5 has a picture of one of National Geographic's new books for kids out and page 6 has a "hidden" ad regarding Schleich's website and telling kids to grab a parent and go there to learn more about their favorite underwater creatures and how you can collect them too. The largest ad is the 1st one regarding the Nat Geo Wild Channel. There is only 1 "outside" ad regarding another brand than their own and that's the Schleich ad shown at the bottom right corner seen on page 7. The other 2 ads mention snapshot's of their own books in the same size as the ad on page 5, but one refer's to a contest to try to go online and try to win it and the other just has a snapshot of the book and says check this book out. Out of 39 pages, I find this to have minimal ads compared to most magazines.
Hopefully my attached pictures of the first 17 pages will help you decide if they are worth a $15 investment for your child or not.
Updated: includes more accurate mailing information, trading card, and cost information thanks to the comments below.. The 1st subscription according to the BRC says allow 4-6 weeks.
Including Trading Card Photos too..
A few months ago, I looked on the web to see if World still existed. Happily, it did, now renamed National Geographic Kids. I ordered a two-year subscription for my son.
I wanted so much to like it. But the damn thing is chock full of advertising for candy, video games and movies, and in a way that makes it hard to separate the selling from the educating. It is a little repulsive, actually, the level to which the advertising is carried.
As I sit here in front of my computer, I am looking wistfully at a May 1982 issue of World magazine. Within which, there is not one stich of advertising.
This sort of crap is utterly unacceptable. I am reviewing it here so that others know what they will be purchasing for their children if they subscribe. You will be getting advertisements for things completely unrelated to the natural sciences, including expensive video gaming systems. I tried to write a message on their Facebook pages, but wouldn't you know, you can't post anything there. (Hmm...)
It may not be a big deal for some people, but it is for me, and I wanted others to know about it before they subscribe. We will, unfortunately, not be renewing.
Try Ranger Rick! Or check out KidsDiscover. Great magazine - $20.00 a year - no ads!