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National Geographic Kids December 2018/January 2019

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.

United States
National Geographic Society
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4,33 €(IVA inc.)
21,72 €(IVA inc.)
10 Números


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weird but true!

It takes the average 10-YEAR-OLD KID about 20 minutes to fall asleep. Americans spend 1.5 times more money on PET FOOD than on BABY FOOD. GLASS can last for MILLIONS of years on EARTH. Most SNOWFLAKES 6 SIDES have . The most COMMONLY USED letters in the ENGLISH LANGUAGE are E, T, A, and O. 4,000-year-old POPCORN was found in a cave IN NEW MEXICO. The fastest time for twisting a balloon into a dog shape is 6.5 seconds. Houseflies BUZZ in the key of F. The odds that an average golfer will make a HOLE IN ONE during a game are 12,000 to 1. Grab a parent to watch Weirdest, Bestest, Truest for even more crazy-fun facts. youtube.com/natgeokids…

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guinness world records

GIANT GINGERBREAD VILLAGE Try fitting this gingerbread village into your next holiday party! Chef Jon Lovitch’s 1,251-building display holds the record for most buildings in a gingerbread village. The best part? The tiny town, which took over a year to build, is 100 percent edible. REALLY WIDE WIG Haircut ... what’s that? Actress Drew Barrymore donned the widest wig ever made while appearing on an episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. The wig—measuring over five feet long and seven feet wide—required the help of four people to place on Barrymore’s head. Curled at the ends and topped with two big red bows, the giant wig completely covered Barrymore’s eyes. But the actress was still able to dance with it on! BIG BITE The blue whale might be the world’s largest animal, but it…

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bet you didn’t know!

1 The castle barber was also the DENTIST. 2 Neuschwanstein Castle in Germany was the inspiration for Disneyland’s SLEEPING BEAUTY CASTLE. 3 The first castles were built about A THOUSAND YEARS AGO. 4 England’s Windsor Castle is about 200 TIMES LARGER than a typical U.S. house. 5 Ireland’s Blarney Castle has a stone that VISITORS KISS for luck. 6 The number of people who lived in some castles could have FILLED a small village. 7 Supplies were often smuggled into castles through SECRET TUNNELS. For more fun facts, grab a parent to watch Things You Wanna Know! youtube.com/natgeokids…

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wild vacation

Totally Wild Hotel GIRAFFE MANOR WHERE Kenya, Africa HOW MUCH From $565 a night WHY IT’S COOL Ever have the feeling you’re being watched? That’s because a giraffe might be at your hotel window! Giraffe Manor is home to about 10 Rothschild’s giraffes that roam the property. And they’re definitely not shy: Some of the giraffes may stick their heads into your secondstory bedroom window or eat right off the breakfast table. When they want a snack, the giraffes have been known to pluck flowers from the manor’s vases. Mpingo and Olerai, two of the youngest giraffes, are sometimes seen playfully running through the national park that borders the hotel. But no one thinks that these permanent residents are a pain in the neck! Grab a parent to watch Destination World: Africa for more cool…

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things to do in kenya

Cheer on dozens of camels—some running the wrong way—at the International Camel Derby in the town of Maralal. Walk through historic Lamu Old Town, a 700-year-old Swahili settlement made partly of coral stone. Go on safari to see lions, rhinos, leopards, zebras, and elephants in Maasai Mara National Reserve near the border with Tanzania. Bird-watch on the shores of Lake Nakuru, where hundreds of thousands of bright pink flamingos flock each year. Swim in glowing waters at a beach in Kilifi.(The secret is the tiny bioluminescent animals living there!)…

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awesome 8

1 SNEAKY SMARTS Octopuses are curious creatures. They can open the lids of jars, and some have even found escape routes from their aquarium enclosures. They can wriggle their boneless bodies through passages as small as a quarter! Octopuses learn quickly and can recognize individual human faces. CHECK OUT THE BOOK! 2 NO BIRDBRAIN African gray parrots are known for being chatterboxes. They’re excellent at mimicking humans and can form simple sentences. They’re also one of a few animals that are capable of reasoning, or coming up with an answer based on information they already have. They can figure out puzzles and work together to solve problems. 3 ALL FOR ONE Talk about teamwork! These army ants are joining together to build a living ant tower so some individuals can climb to this plant stem and…