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We love to travel as well as enjoy taking long family road trips. There is nothing more satisfying than hitting the road once school is done for the year. But how do you keep the kids occupied on those long road trips? One thing that helps us in our efforts to keep boredom at bay is packing an issue or two of the National Geographic kids magazines. The magazines are a treat that really helps the kids relax and enjoy the trip. The activities and stories in the magazines give them something they truly enjoy as we head out on the road.
The National Geographic Little kids magazine is aimed at preschoolers. The magazine features rich content, large text, as well as fun activities. It is a great, fun educational tool, that teaches little kids about amazing animals, cool science, as well as families from all around the world. Plus each issue comes with bonus Wild Animal Cards.
My kids are big fans of the National Geographic Kids magazine. My kids grab the magazine as soon as it arrives in the mail and head to the table to quiz each other on the fun trivia that is packed into each issue. The magazine is beautifully illustrated and encourages readers to help to protect the planet’s resources. The magazine provides fun opportunities to learn more about geography, adventure as well as wildlife. It even teaches them fun things about science as well as their peers around the world. It works the entire magazine concept around the idea of learning adventures about the things kids love.
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