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National Geographic Little Kids Magazine

www.myorganizedchaos.net,My oldest daughter is 5 and since she just learned to read, books have a whole new meaning to her. She has her own collection, plus ones she brings home from the school library. Yet, she tends to love magazine-type books, ones that teach her about Animals and the world around her. I had the opportunity to review a few issues of National Geographic Little Kids Magazine, which she dove into at first glace {no surprise}.

The National Geographic Kids Magazines are geared towards preschoolers, aged 3-6. Each 24-page issue is filled with the same colorful and vivid pictures of animals, nature and cultures that made National Geographic famous. With the photos is plenty of educational information which is written in a kid-friendly manner. This makes it easy for the to understand and keeps their attention. All my girls love the photos, and my oldest daughter likes that she can easily read these magazines. She is always sharing new information that she has learned, and is very eager to get more issues. Each issue also has fun pull-out wild animal cards with animals, and a little bit of information on the back, for each animal. My daughter has taken a few of these cards with her to Kindergarten, when they are talking about those specific animals that day. As well, there is more activities and games {even little science experiments} too – these little magazines are so jam-packed with great stuff for kids, it’s ideal for your little explorer.

The Association of Educational Publishers chose National Geographic Little Kids for its highest award, the Golden Lamp, in 2008 and named the magazine Periodical of the Year in 2008 and 2009. National Geographic Little Kids also won a Parents’ Choice Gold Award for 2008, 2009 and 2010.

National Geographic Little Kids Magazine is available by subscription for $15 a year in the US {six issues; Canadian and international subscription costs varies}.

Disclosure: I was provided with product to facilitate this review post, opinions are my own.

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  1. I love the story Green Tips – Conserve Resources. 6 quick tips that can really make a difference!

  2. The Kids books look so engaging especially Face to Face with Dolphins and True Green Kids.

  3. I think its interesting that the platypus is part mammal, part bird and part reptile. I don’t know of any other mammal that is classified as 3 different types.

  4. Well I certainly never knew you there was a world record for the number of snails you could fit on your face, But I loved their article about turning old pairs of worn out shoes into impromptu flower pots! <3

  5. The article on the giant jellyfish is really interesting! The whole website is! Thanks for the giveaway.

  6. I like the activities area… I’m always looking for new ideas of things to do with my kids 🙂 Also love have there are many moving animals around differently areas of the site. Very neat.

  7. I was immediately drawn to the Craft section. I contemplated buying a Herb kit for $20 and thought this is probably something I can do myself…..Enter the Craft section and I found “Herb Garden Kit
    Give a “green” gift to a friend or family member. These cool kits are great for every occasion!

    Perfect! And I will be able to get more than just 3 herbs that were in the $20 kit.

  8. The boys would really like the information on how to improve the environment such as recycling.

  9. I liked the Tie-Dyed T-Shirt instructions. Have seen a bunch of ways to do it , always been too afraid to try !

  10. my son and I liked the treat your pet article. we always bake for the humans in our house, so it was fun to bake with him for our two cats, Crimson and Clover!

  11. I have their National Geographic Kids Almanac and it is magnificent!

  12. great magazine for kids, going way back when my kids were small, I subscribed, now it would be great for the grandkids.

  13. As always, I love the photographs put out by National Geographic. They are always so amazing.

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