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 dogs and cats shed?
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 binturong. (Say BIN-too-rong)
What in the World Are These?
NOISY ADÉLIE PENGUINS • Adélie penguins do not talk like you do, but they have a lot to say. They look alike, so they use their voices to tell each other apart.
RHYME TIME • Say the name of each animal. Read its sentence aloud. Then look at the pictures below and find one that rhymes with the animal in each sentence.
AT HOME WITH REINDEER • Reindeer live in the very far north, where it is cold and snowy most of the time.
OTHER DEER • Reindeer are one kind of deer. Here are a few other kinds.
WHAT COMES NEXT? • A pattern is something that repeats. Look at the sleds in each row. Do you see a pattern? Point to the sled in the row that comes next.
A GECKO GROWS A NEW TAIL
VOLCANOES! • Deep inside Earth, some of the rock gets very hot. In some places, there are pockets of hot, partly melted rock called magma.
BUGGING OUT • Look at each picture. Draw a line with your finger through all the striped bugs. Then tap all the bugs with spots.
National Geographic Little Kids