Explore the World with National Geographic

Family Fun & Activities, Member Spotlight | October 15, 2018

How do you encourage your kiddos to explore the world around them? With the help of National Geographic Kids, wild adventures and unforgettable stories await children of all ages. Recently our Moms Meet Bloggers had a chance to discover the best of facts and fiction with their fact-filled almanac as well as the first book in their new fiction series, Explorer Academy: The Nebula Secret. As the only major kids brand with a world-class scientific organization at its core, National Geographic Kids books are the perfect boredom busters for kids of every interest and reading level. Check out what our bloggers had to say:

Enjoy Endless Facts

According to Teresa from Tiaras and Tantrums, “If you fill your home with children’s boredom-busting books and almanacs by National Geographic, your kids will read these reference books for fun! You will learn so many interesting facts as well, because believe me, your children will read to you all these interesting tidbits!”

A Great Conversation Starter

Brandi from Own Your Fancy loved using this as a tool to open up an educational dialogue with her family. “[There were] so many crisp photos that put you right there with unique animals and species. We learned so many fun facts and it even made us call upon our own knowledge to create further conversation.”

Discover Other Worlds

Did you know Explorer Academy: The Nebula Secret is based off of real life adventurers? “It’s perfect for middle grade readers (ages 8–12), and kept the interest of my 9 year old,” says Krystal from Healthy Happy Thrifty Family. “I love that it touches on concepts from geography, history, and world cultures.”

Solve Cryptic Messages

Sally from Little Hiccups loves that her kids can take part in Explorer Academy themselves. “With clues and codes hidden throughout the book, it’s more than just a captivating read. Ava can try to crack the code and solve the mystery herself as she reads.”

Go Beyond the Book

National Geographic Kids also offers an interactive website to go with Explorer Academy: The Nebula Secret. Carlee from Fun Learning Life’s kiddo enjoyed learning more about the series characters as well as playing the games.

To see what moms had to say about National Geographic Kids Almanac 2019, visit our Product Review page. You can also check out their Explorer Academy: The Nebula Secret reviews by clicking here.

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