National Geographic Kids magazine - the perfect balance between learning and fun! A must-have for children ages 6 and up. Each issue is packed with colorful photos, games, puzzles, fun features and facts about animals, science, technology, and more.
weird but true! • Check out these outrageous facts.
GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS
Bet You Didn’t Know! • 7 about cool facts castles
THINGS TO DO IN KENYA
COOL THINGS ABOUT KENYA
awesome 8 • THESE ANIMALS ARE AT THE TOP OF THEIR CLASS IN SMARTS.
HOME ALONE! • AT ONLY TWO WEEKS OLD, HARP SEALS LEARN HOW TO SURVIVE IN THE ARCTIC.
QUICK-CHANGE ARTISTS • The fast-growing harp seal pup doesn’t look the same for long. These names describe the seal’s stages of growth.
DRESSED FOR THE WEATHER • HOW CHANGING COLOR HELPS SOME ARCTIC ANIMALS SURVIVE
COOL INVENTIONS • SUPERSMART GADGETS AND BUILDINGS THAT COULD CHANGE YOUR LIFE
COOL NEW SHOW!
HAREBRAINED IDEAS FROM HISTORY
MIXED-UP MARSUPIALS? • FIND OUT WHY QUOKKAS ACT LIKE GIRAFFES, KOALAS, AND BATS.
DARE TO EXPLORE • Three Nat Geo explorers share the adventure behind the science.
A Wintry Mix-Up
WHAT IN THE WORLD
EXPLORER ACADEMY • In the new book Explorer Academy: The Nebula Secret, 12-year-old Cruz Coronado breaks secret codes in order to fight dangerous villains and solve mysteries. Test your own skills by cracking the code on this page, then check out more about the book at ExplorerAcademy.com .
CRITTER CHAT • If animals used social media, what would they say? Follow this Japanese macaque’s day as it updates its feed.
“ ARE YOU NORMAL“? • Take this superfun quiz to find your range of strange.
FUNNY FILL-IN • DECORATION DISASTER Ask a friend to give you words to fill in the blanks in this story without showing it to him or her. Then read out loud for a laugh.
FROM THE NOVEMBER 2017 ISSUE