National Geographic Little Kids magazine - perfect for children ages 3 to 6. Irresistible photos and simple text to enhance early reading experiences, along with games, puzzles, and activities, that turn playtime into learning time.
Why? • Why do you think some monkeys have long tails?
What Is Different? • Look at each picture in the top row. Find the differences between it and the one below.
That’s Cool! • Meet the gerenuk (SAY: GAIR-uh-nook).
What in the World Are These?
FIND THE SOUND • Say the name of each picture aloud. Point to all the things that start with the br sound.
BABY ORCA’S FIRST BREATH
BABY ANIMAL HIDE-AND-SEEK • Help the animal dads find their babies. Use your finger to follow the path from the father to its baby.
AN ACORN BECOMES A TREE
GRAY WOLF • Gray wolves work in groups to hunt large animals such as moose, caribou, bison, and deer. Here is why a wolf has the perfect body to find and catch food.
CURVES AND CORNERS • Trace each shape with your finger. Tap all the pictures with corners. Then use your finger to circle the things with curves.
National Geographic Little Kids
Hide-and-Seek • Can you find the bug in this picture?