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National Geographic Little Kids
The first print issue should arrive in 12-16 weeks.
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An innovative new magazine full of learning and fun for today’s preschoolers and their parents! Bursting with lively photographs, engaging stories, and interactive picture games, each issue supplies you with fresh and imaginative teaching tools created by noted educators at National Geographic.
Enrich your child's appreciation of the natural world with National Geographic Little Kids magazine. This magazine is primarily aimed at preschoolers, and kids from ages three to six will enjoy the content. It includes articles on animals from around the world, science, and cultural topics discussing life in other countries.
The large text and engaging full-color photographs in National Geographic Little Kids magazine help beginning readers explore the content on their own, and exciting activities throughout the magazine keep your child's interest so learning becomes fun. Some of the activities you can expect to find include age-appropriate mazes, matching games, counting exercises, and rhymes. Each issue also includes things parents and kids can do together, such as crafts, science activities, and recipes to try at home.
National Geographic Little Kids magazine is ad-free, so you can feel secure knowing your child isn't unduly influenced by advertisers while enjoying the articles and activities. It also includes questions for parents and kids to discuss the topics further, so you can use the content as a starting point to more in-depth investigation of things that spark your child's interest. The magazine comes six times a year, bringing new topics to your mailbox every other month to inspire your child's imagination and get him or her excited about learning more about the world.
Whether your little one is already fascinated with nature or you want to inspire a greater interest in the world, National Geographic Little Kids magazine offers a fun and fascinating way to teach your child about animals and plants, other cultures, and science.
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Top Customer Reviews
Also, there are little animal cards with bits of information attached in each magazine that she can collect. She's looking forward to the next one already.
I will say that the magazines are not delivered in a plastic bag. They are taped together on the edges with stickers and you need to be careful opening it. Slice it with a letter opener or knife because you can damage it otherwise. They arrive a little scuffed, not in pristine condition, but i suppose it's better for the environment than using plastic and might also be cost saving.
Another good thing is that it has no advertisements at all. For some other child magazines, I heard parents complaining that nasty videogames and junky foods were advertised so that harm overweighs the benefits but for this magazine that is not the case, so you are safe...
The magazine could be better if it was may be double the size and frequency, once in every two months for this size of magazine is hard to understand, especially for a group like National Geographic which has access to lots of different nature photos and stories all the time.
So it is not something to depend on, but rather something that would show up in the mailbox when it was totally out of your mind and keep your child entertained for a few days or so...
But, I guess that may make it more comfortable for use by the kids.
Still, the pages feel a bit too fragile . . .
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