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.
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC KIDS
WEIRD BUT TRUE! • Check out these outrageous facts.
INCREDIBLE ANIMAL FRIENDS
GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS
BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW!
BRAIN CANDY • Facts so sweet they’ll give you a toothache!
EXTREME PARENTING! • Despite harsh conditions, emperor penguins make sure their chicks thrive.
WE FOUND PENGUIN POOP!
MEET THE (OTHER) PENGUINS • Move over, emperors! Check out the rest of the world’s penguin species. Crazy “hairdos” and funny personalities are only a couple of things that make them more than just black-and-white.
ROYAL RUMBLE • Check out what some of history’s most fearsome 21 fighters wore on the battlefield.
SUN BEAR RESCUE • How kind caretakers helped an orphaned cub return to the wild
TREE HOUSE • Sun bears like Natalie spend a lot of time eating and sleeping in trees. Find out how this bear’s body is perfect for life in the forest.
30 COOL THINGS ABOUT DINOSAURS
FUN STUFF • GAMES, LAUGHS, AND LOTS TO DO!
WHAT IN THE WORLD?
FIND THE HIDDEN ANIMALS
EXPLORER ACADEMY • In the new book Explorer Academy: The Double Helix, 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
KIDS VS. PLASTIC • Do your part to help prevent single-use plastic items from reaching the ocean. Check out ideas here, then go online for more. natgeokids.com/KidsVsPlastic
ZEUS THE MIGHTY • Zeus the hamster lives with his friends at a pet rescue center. But he thinks he’s a Greek god! Check out what happens when his two worlds collide, then go online to learn more about the book Zeus the Mighty: The Quest for the Golden Fleas. ZeusTheMighty.com
ART ZONE • Nat Geo Kids readers imagine what their furry friends do when they’re home alone.