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National Geographic Little Kids

National Geographic Little Kids

July/August 2021

National Geographic Little Kids magazine - perfect for children ages 3 to 6. Irresistible photos and simple text to enhance early reading experiences, along with games, puzzles, and activities, that turn playtime into learning time.

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United States
National Geographic Society
3,56 €(TVA Incluse)
13,40 €(TVA Incluse)
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1 min
cheetah cubs: almost grown-up

Cheetah cubs have almost everything they need to be good hunters, just like Mom. Cheetah cubs have spots to help them hide. When they are older, the spots will help them sneak up on prey. Cheetah cubs have sharp eyes. When they are older, they will use their eyesight to hunt. Cheetah cubs have special feet, claws, and tails. When they are older, feet and claws will help them run quickly. So why aren’t cheetah cubs good hunters now? They have to grow up! Then they will have size, strength, and speed—just like Mom. THE IMAGE BANK RF / GETTY IMAGES (MOM AND BABY)…

1 min
name game

The pictures on this page start with the letters K, L, or M. Say the name of each picture. Use your finger to draw a K through the pictures that start with a K. Then draw an L through the pictures that start with an L. Now draw an M through the pictures that start with an M. How many pictures start with the letter L? How many with M?…

1 min
really wild octopus

Octopuses live in the sea. They have many surprises! Octopuses have eight arms. The arms can feel, taste, and smell. Octopuses use their arms to catch fish and shrimp. Octopuses do not have bones or a shell. Their soft bodies squeeze into tiny spaces to hide or find food. Octopuses can change their color and their shape to hide. They can make their skin and body look like rocks, seaweed, and even other animals.…