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 we shiver when we’re cold?
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 peacock mantis shrimp.
What in the World Are These?
TIGERS IN SNOW
FIND THE FROGS • Look at all the frogs. Draw a circle with your finger around four that are the same. Now find two that look alike. Tap all the frogs that are different.
FANCY FEATHERS • A male Raggiana bird of paradise puts on a show to attract females. He starts by shouting louder and longer: wah wah waahh WAAHH!
MORE BIRDS OF PARADISE • There are 39 different kinds of birds of paradise. Here are a few.
THREE LITTLE LETTERS • Say each three-letter word aloud. Draw a line with your finger from the word to the picture it matches.
A SNOWSHOE HARE CHANGES COLOR
THREE-TOED SLOTH • A sloth lives in rainforest trees. It sleeps, eats, and even raises its babies while hanging from branches. Here is why a sloth has a perfect body for living in trees.
ICE ANIMAL MATCH! • Look at each animal. Then look at each ice carving. Draw a line with your finger from the ice carving to the animal it matches.
National Geographic Little Kids
Critter Corner • What do you think these penguins are doing?