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Review: National Geographic Kids Boredom Busters

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My kids LOVE books.  Friday, library day, is their favorite day of the week. I love seeing their excitement and joy when they pick out a new book. Recently they have fallen in love with National Geographic Kids. Their books are the ones that I see brought out every night!


National Geographic Kids

National Geographic Kids COOL ANIMALS STICKER ACTIVITY BOOK:  Over 1000 easy-to-remove stickers is just one reason why kids will love these books that are chocked full of the fiercest, most powerful animals that kids can’t get enough of.  Every page also includes games, spelling and pattern games, counting and wild animal facts about tigers, lizards, lions and sharks, polar bears bugs and many more fantastic creatures. 
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National Geographic Kids CUTEST ANIMALS STICKER ACTIVITY BOOK:  Brimming with the cutest, fluffiest, most squeezable animals and featuring page upon page of stickers, lively text, animal facts and games this activity book will not only have kids saying “awww” but also “wow,” “cool,” and “awesome,” too!  Trademark National Geographic photography and art capture koalas, pandas, rabbits, kittens and puppies at their cuddliest — making this activity book a necessity for any summer survival kit!
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National Geographic Little Kids FIRST BIG BOOK OF WHY:  Using an interactive question-and-answer format and content grounded in a child’s immediate world, the Big Book of Why delivers lively information, hands-on games, simple recipes, crafts, and more. What makes a car go? How does mushy dough become a crispy cookie? What does the doctor see in my throat? The Big Book of Why invites children to ask big questions, think big thoughts, and get answers that are accurate, engaging, level-appropriate, and based on sound educational findings. Highly photographic and playful, this big book is an adventure in exploration and will make long car rides seem like a quick trip around the corner!

My Thoughts: 

If your children are anything like mine, their sense of wonder is off the charts.  To see things through the eyes of  a child is to truly enjoy the wonders of the world.  National Geographic has brought the world to us for generations.  Now, with National Geographic for Kids, they have done it again, only this time in a way that caters directly to that childlike wonder.  My children love science, animals, and anything that peaks their imaginations.  These books have brought them many hours of enjoyment, as they constantly ask for them to be read over and over again.  They love the bright, colorful pictures as well as the activities.  What I like best about the books are:  the educational aspects, and most of all the joy in the eyes of my children as we read them together.  I highly recommend you get these for your children today!

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25 thoughts on “Review: National Geographic Kids Boredom Busters

  1. monarchs caterpillar’s eat toxic plants like milkweed so birds and other predators won’t want to eat them they will be toxic and taste terrible

  2. Cats’ nocturnal vision is far superior to that of humans, however they can’t see in total darkness!

  3. When giraffes are born, they land on their head – their little stubs protect them from cracking their skull when they’re born.

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  5. Supposedly the distance between your wrist and elbows on the inside is the same size as your feet 🙂

  6. A lesser known fact that I know… hmmm… well, I do know from reading my son Shark books that the hammerhead shark is born with his head bent backwards!

  7. I really like this. I grew up on activity books and am glad to see they’re still around in this high-tech age.

  8. The author of the Scarlet letter changed the spelling of his name because he was related to someone involved in the Salem witch Trials.

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