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.
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 giant anteater
WHAT IN THE WORLD ARE THESE?
SNOWY OWLS • Snowy owls live where it is always cold. They hunt, nest, and sleep on the frozen ground.
MEASURE UP • The pictures show the real size of these animals. Use your hands and fingers to measure the animals and answer the questions below.
WILD DOG DAYCARE • African wild dogs live in large family groups called packs. The mother guards the pups while the other dogs hunt.
MORE CANIDS • African wild dogs are part of the dog family, called canids. Meet some more canids.
THINK LIKE A SCIENTIST: PENGUINS • There are many kinds of penguins. Scientists tell them apart by their colors and patterns. Use the clues below to figure out which penguin belongs with which group.
AN ICEBERG FORMS
BLUE MORPHO BUTTERFLY • As it flies through the rainforest, the morpho flaps its wings up and down.
PANDA PUZZLE • This puzzle is missing three pieces. Point to each piece that is not in the puzzle yet. Use your finger to draw a line from that piece to where it goes in the picture.
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC LITTLE KIDS