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 coyotes howl?
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 Chinese water deer.
WHAT IN THE WORLD ARE THESE?
FLYING FROGS • A Wallace’s flying frog jumps from a tall tree. It looks like it is flying through the air!
TWO TIMES THE FUN • Some of these words end in two letter L’s. Point to each picture. Say the name of the picture aloud. Find all the pictures that end in two letter L’s.
LITTLE CAT, BIG HUNTER • Black-footed cats hunt at night. They find food in three ways.
A SPIDER SPINS A WEB • A spider’s web is made of silk that the spider makes inside its body. The silk comes out here.
CORN CRAZE • Look at the colorful ears of corn. Draw a line with your finger from each ear of corn to the one it matches.
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC LITTLE KIDS
CRITTER CORNER • What do you think these lions are doing?