web site hit counter National Geographic Kids - Ebooks PDF Online
Hot Best Seller

National Geographic Kids

Availability: Ready to download

The air around a lightning strike is five times hotter than the sun. Your feet have 500,000 sweat glands. Ninety-nine percent of people can t lick their elbows (but 90 percent of the people who read this will try). These weird-but-true facts are just one way National Geographic Kids magazine excites readers about the world. Covering everything from animals to science, hist The air around a lightning strike is five times hotter than the sun. Your feet have 500,000 sweat glands. Ninety-nine percent of people can t lick their elbows (but 90 percent of the people who read this will try). These weird-but-true facts are just one way National Geographic Kids magazine excites readers about the world. Covering everything from animals to science, history to kid-related trends, and archaeology to pop culture in 10 issues per year, NG Kids engages readers with the information they need to understand the world in a fun, easy-to-read format. Our lively design, fascinating photographs, and crisp writing will turn today s curious kids into tomorrow s smart and savvy leaders.


Compare

The air around a lightning strike is five times hotter than the sun. Your feet have 500,000 sweat glands. Ninety-nine percent of people can t lick their elbows (but 90 percent of the people who read this will try). These weird-but-true facts are just one way National Geographic Kids magazine excites readers about the world. Covering everything from animals to science, hist The air around a lightning strike is five times hotter than the sun. Your feet have 500,000 sweat glands. Ninety-nine percent of people can t lick their elbows (but 90 percent of the people who read this will try). These weird-but-true facts are just one way National Geographic Kids magazine excites readers about the world. Covering everything from animals to science, history to kid-related trends, and archaeology to pop culture in 10 issues per year, NG Kids engages readers with the information they need to understand the world in a fun, easy-to-read format. Our lively design, fascinating photographs, and crisp writing will turn today s curious kids into tomorrow s smart and savvy leaders.

30 review for National Geographic Kids

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sylvana DeSantis

    The National Geographic’s Kids magazine issues (June and September 2019) are great for upper elementary children grades 2+. There is no shortage of information in these magazines. Facts fill the pages with sections such as: Weird but True, Guinness World Record, Bet You Didn’t Know, Amazing Animals, What’s So Funny, Real or Fake, among others. Both magazines followed a similar structure and sequence. This provides children with consistency. The same sections are included but they learn differen The National Geographic’s Kids magazine issues (June and September 2019) are great for upper elementary children grades 2+. There is no shortage of information in these magazines. Facts fill the pages with sections such as: Weird but True, Guinness World Record, Bet You Didn’t Know, Amazing Animals, What’s So Funny, Real or Fake, among others. Both magazines followed a similar structure and sequence. This provides children with consistency. The same sections are included but they learn different information. The magazines are also very colorful. The color is used throughout to make titles and key facts stand out. The pages are also covered in images, especially of animals. Even if the child does not read the smaller text, they will gather something from the images or at least be encouraged to read. The text itself is not overwhelming, there are short paragraphs and captions for images. There is also a section with Fun Stuff which includes mazes, anagrams, funny fill-ins, word searches, etc. Children love fun activities; this allows them to have a little fun and learn at the same time. One of my favorite sections is Kids vs. Plastics where kids are shown how to reuse household plastic materials to create something useful. I have always loved National Geographic Magazines and I feel the same about the kid’s version. I recommend this for upper elementary kids, especially those that love animals.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Trevor

    (Reviewed December2019/January2020 & February 2020 Issues) This magazine is jam-packed with topics, pictures, games, articles, factoids, puzzles and so much more. Elementary students of all agents will enjoy this magazine. The cover of the December/January cover featured Polar Bear Cubs, superimposed with insets for about Norse Mythology, with a picture of Elsa from Frozen, and a feature about Penguin Selfies. The February issue features Emperor Penguin Families with insets about a cool poster a (Reviewed December2019/January2020 & February 2020 Issues) This magazine is jam-packed with topics, pictures, games, articles, factoids, puzzles and so much more. Elementary students of all agents will enjoy this magazine. The cover of the December/January cover featured Polar Bear Cubs, superimposed with insets for about Norse Mythology, with a picture of Elsa from Frozen, and a feature about Penguin Selfies. The February issue features Emperor Penguin Families with insets about a cool poster and another about a Sun Bear Rescue. Once inside the magazine, readers will note how articles vary from small factoids with large photos printed to longer-form articles with pictures, tables, and maps that relate to the article at hand. Near the end of the magazine are lighter side pieces of games and puzzles. This magazine is a great introduction exploration magazine, down to the iconic yellow border of the cover indicative of the magazine’s parent publication. Younger elementary readers can scan the pictures and read the factoids while older elementary readers will enjoy the articles and information presented within. A must for any elementary library or household.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Mowery

    As a kid, I loved flipping through these magazines. Kids can read about math, science, and history from cover to cover. The fun articles keep the child reading and interested. The magazine covers information that children would find interesting and may relate to. There are also games to keep the child involved. Children don't like to stay on one topic for too long so having articles which are short in length help the reader to stay engaged rather than becoming bored. As a kid, I loved flipping through these magazines. Kids can read about math, science, and history from cover to cover. The fun articles keep the child reading and interested. The magazine covers information that children would find interesting and may relate to. There are also games to keep the child involved. Children don't like to stay on one topic for too long so having articles which are short in length help the reader to stay engaged rather than becoming bored.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    I read National Geographic Kids December 2014/January 2015 and February 2015. The December 2014/January 2015 edition was the topic "The Secret Lives of Cougars" and the February edition was called "Lost Dinosaur Found." Both of the issues were both set up very similarly. They included Guinness World Records, Weird but True, Amazing Animals and games for the children to play at the end. Most of the articles in the magazines were about animals and different facts about those types of animals with I read National Geographic Kids December 2014/January 2015 and February 2015. The December 2014/January 2015 edition was the topic "The Secret Lives of Cougars" and the February edition was called "Lost Dinosaur Found." Both of the issues were both set up very similarly. They included Guinness World Records, Weird but True, Amazing Animals and games for the children to play at the end. Most of the articles in the magazines were about animals and different facts about those types of animals with pictures included. They also had a section that had kid made photos they could send in to be featured which I thought was really cool. The magazine is set up with a lot of color and big font so it is easily read by children and teens. It's very informative and has a lot of information on the topics throughout whether that is about animals, technology or pop culture such as movies. I enjoyed reading through these magazines because they were about animals, which I really enjoy, and had a lot of tech features which is important because of the STEM movement in schools and young children. The games at the end seemed fun as well and included crossword puzzles, trivia, mad libs, and pictures that they could find other objects in (a house is filled with things named after countries and the reader must find 10 of them). Overall, it's a very educational magazine and I could see a lot of young kids and teens enjoying reading this. I think it would be something that I would have enjoyed reading when I was younger. The only weakness I can see is that it does have a lot of the same content for each issue so it might get boring for some readers to read the same things each month even if it is on different content. I would recommend this magazine for readers in grades 5-7.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Caitlin W.

    (This is specifically for the December 2011/January 2012 issue.) National Geographic Kids is a fun, brightly-colored magazine with lots of jokes, animal photographs, and activities to keep kids entertained. Aside from a story about snow leopards and a shorter one featuring foxes, most of the magazine does not seem to have to do with animals, at least not directly. There is a spread on must-have toys, a piece on landmarks built from LEGOs, a story on a person with no arms who does everything with (This is specifically for the December 2011/January 2012 issue.) National Geographic Kids is a fun, brightly-colored magazine with lots of jokes, animal photographs, and activities to keep kids entertained. Aside from a story about snow leopards and a shorter one featuring foxes, most of the magazine does not seem to have to do with animals, at least not directly. There is a spread on must-have toys, a piece on landmarks built from LEGOs, a story on a person with no arms who does everything with his feet, and a behind the scenes look at a new Alvin and the Chipmunks movie. The rest of the magazine is devoted to silly factoids, jokes, and comics. They seem to have embraced new technology-- a small ad has a QR code that will take the reader to a lion video when scanned with a smart phone. Though overall the magazine is diverting and at least somewhat educational, there is a factoid that I found to be oversimplified to a dangerous degree: In the "Weird but True" section, it states "The world's population grows by about a billion people every 12 years." It's inaccurate to imply that the world's population growth is linear, and easily memorable statements like that can become widespread misinformation very quickly. That, however, is a minor flaw in an otherwise good issue. Recommended for grades 2-5.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    National Geographic Kids. National Geographic Sociey. Washington DC. Published ten times per year. National Geographic Kids is full of short articles with lots of appropriate and interesting photographs. Inside the magazine are primarily short snapshot type facts with one or two longer articles over a two page spread. In each section, you can usually find a place for online follow up by using a web address or QR code. There is a section for Fun Stuff where kids will find games, quizzes, jokes, an National Geographic Kids. National Geographic Sociey. Washington DC. Published ten times per year. National Geographic Kids is full of short articles with lots of appropriate and interesting photographs. Inside the magazine are primarily short snapshot type facts with one or two longer articles over a two page spread. In each section, you can usually find a place for online follow up by using a web address or QR code. There is a section for Fun Stuff where kids will find games, quizzes, jokes, and reader submitted art and photos. The advertising is not overwhelming and mainly focuses on books, video games and kid snacks. I find this magazine to be very interesting. The facts are fairly cool and students will appreciate the tidbits they can share with their friends. For example the sunset on Mars appears blue. Hmmm, interesting! The magazine is bright, interesting, and informative but a little busy. It is an excellent periodical for students in grade one and two for the pictures and three to five to read the articles.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Linwuschotmail.Com

    Buchholz, Rachel. National Geographic Kids. March, 2017. In this March 2017 issue, the cover story is about Joel Sartore, a photographer who gives the readers a behind-the-scene look at his mission to save endangered animals around the world. In addition, Joel shares his twelve most memorable moments while photographing these amazing animal species. Also, readers can learn why giraffes are called ninjas of the animal kingdom, how helpful humans jumped in rescue an injured baby raccoon, as well a Buchholz, Rachel. National Geographic Kids. March, 2017. In this March 2017 issue, the cover story is about Joel Sartore, a photographer who gives the readers a behind-the-scene look at his mission to save endangered animals around the world. In addition, Joel shares his twelve most memorable moments while photographing these amazing animal species. Also, readers can learn why giraffes are called ninjas of the animal kingdom, how helpful humans jumped in rescue an injured baby raccoon, as well as silly stories like dog wearing braces. This magazine encourages children to play an active role in protecting the planet’s resources through engaging photographs and articles about wildlife, science, geography, and adventure around the world. Furthermore, it is full of beautiful photographs of animals and nature that captures the true beauty of our planet. I would recommend this magazine to kids of all ages. Target audience: ages 6 -14 years

  8. 4 out of 5

    MrsHamel

    Periodical - National Geographic Kids Magazine Published in 2012 by National Geographic Society, Washington, DC Description: The print edition is published ten times a year and features stories on animals, nature, travel, technology, and more. Articles are written at an accessible reading level for early readers. Reaction: This is the first year we have had magazines in our library in some time, and this is one of the most popular. Students love the quick facts, the pictures, and the games. Recom Periodical - National Geographic Kids Magazine Published in 2012 by National Geographic Society, Washington, DC Description: The print edition is published ten times a year and features stories on animals, nature, travel, technology, and more. Articles are written at an accessible reading level for early readers. Reaction: This is the first year we have had magazines in our library in some time, and this is one of the most popular. Students love the quick facts, the pictures, and the games. Recommended Level: Primary and Intermediate Subjects/Themes: animals, environment, humans, nature, science, travel, photographs, world records Curriculum Connections: Elementary Science and Social Studies

  9. 5 out of 5

    SISlibrary

    With the same quality and attention to detail as it's parent magazine, National Geographic for Kids, is an informative eye catching display of information that will draw even the most reluctant reader in. This award winning magazine offers children factual information in a fun and engaging way. With text and images carefully combined to create a colorful page layout the magazine brings to the world to life. Subscribers will receive ten editions a year where children can explore and interact with With the same quality and attention to detail as it's parent magazine, National Geographic for Kids, is an informative eye catching display of information that will draw even the most reluctant reader in. This award winning magazine offers children factual information in a fun and engaging way. With text and images carefully combined to create a colorful page layout the magazine brings to the world to life. Subscribers will receive ten editions a year where children can explore and interact with the articles and games. A great choice for a either an elementary or middle school library. Recommendation: Grade 2-9

  10. 5 out of 5

    Samar

    Actually I read this magazine it is full of information with lovely and funny pictures . Its very interesting and I enjoy my time reading it . :)

  11. 5 out of 5

    Payton Melberg

  12. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

  13. 4 out of 5

    Karin

  14. 5 out of 5

    chloe ♡

  15. 5 out of 5

    andy

  16. 5 out of 5

    ❤︎Nai Nai❤︎

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kayla George

  18. 4 out of 5

    Claire

  19. 4 out of 5

    Lauren Stover

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

  21. 5 out of 5

    Josie

  22. 5 out of 5

    Vanessa

  23. 4 out of 5

    Tia

  24. 5 out of 5

    Kayam

  25. 4 out of 5

    Sam Scott

  26. 4 out of 5

    Giuseppe Saggese

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kamoru Adetunmbi

  28. 5 out of 5

    Joshua

  29. 4 out of 5

    C

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jake

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Loading...
We use cookies to give you the best online experience. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies in accordance with our cookie policy.