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 DO YOU THINK A SERVAL HAS BIG EARS?
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 grasshopper mouse.
WHAT IN THE WORLD ARE THESE?
HERE COME BABY CROCS! • Chirp! Chirp! Baby saltwater crocodiles call to their mother from inside their eggs. The chirps mean, “We are hatching!”
COUNT DOWN TO ONE • Count the number of things in each group. Then figure out how many you need to take away so only one is left.
TINY OWLS STAND TALL
ACT LIKE AN ANIMAL • Do you dance, sing, and clap? Animals do, too! Use the clues below to act like an animal.
AN ELEPHANT DRINKS
SAIL-NECK DINOSAUR • This dinosaur’s long neck and back were decorated with what looked like a sail. Stiff spines held up Amargasaurus’s sail.
FINDING FALL LEAVES • Leaves change color in the fall. It is fun to sort fall leaves by their shape and color.
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC LITTLE KIDS
SCALLOPED HAMMERHEAD SHARK
LARGE FLYING FOX
AFRICAN WILD DOG
CRITTER CORNER • What do you think this brown bear is doing?