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National Geographic Little Kids

National Geographic Little Kids March/April 2019

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.

United States
National Geographic Society
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6 Issues

in this issue

1 min.
happy birthday, zebra!

As soon as it’s born, the baby tries to stand. It wobbles and falls many times. After about 15 minutes, the baby can stand up! Next, the little zebra takes its first steps. It learns to run within an hour. Over the next year, the baby learns to find grass to eat and water to drink. Then it will almost be an adult. Happy first birthday, zebra! TONY HEALD / NPL / MINDEN PICTURES (RUNNING); SUZI ESZTERHAS / MINDEN PICTURES (INWATER); RICHARD DU TOIT / GETTY IMAGES (NOSES); BIOSPHOTO / GETTY IMAGES (MANE)…

1 min.
mighty wolverines

Wolverines live where it is cold all the time. Their strong legs and big paws help them run, walk, and dig through the snow. A wolverine sniffs out food buried deep in the snow, then digs it up. It often eats leftovers hidden by other animals. NOW SHOWING! WOLVERINE VIDEO natgeolittlekids .com/march…

1 min.
wild cards

tiger FUN FACTS Tigers are the only wild cats with stripes. No two tigers have exactly the same pattern of stripes. koalas FUN FACTS A koala spends almost all of its time up a tree. It eats leaves. Koalas sleep a lot—about 20 hours every day. gray crowned cranes FUN FACTS These cranes dance. They bow, run, jump, and flap their wings. Dancing is a way they “talk” to each other. chimpanzee FUN FACTS Chimpanzees are a kind of ape, like gorillas and orangutans. Chimps eat more than a hundred different kinds of food. giraffe FUN FACTS A giraffe has a long tongue. Its tongue could stretch almost all the way across three copies of this magazine lying side by side. lionfish FUN FACTS A lionfish can sting other animals with the sharp points on its fins. This helps the fish protect itself from enemies.…