This school year has already been crazy, and it has just started. Many parents are feeling a bit unsatisfied with the learning experience this year which means looking for new ways to teach. If you are searching for educational material for your kids that is fun, easy to read with vibrant images, and easy to digest material, then check out these great titles from National Geographic Kids. Please note that these titles were supplied to us for no charge in order to facilitate this feature article.
It can be hard to find books that encourage your child to read daily. That is why I LOVE National Geographic books for kids. We have quite a few from the series. In fact, we have two full shelves in our bookcase dedicated to them. These books are always at the top of our list for gift ideas for birthdays and Christmas. We love that they cover a wide range of topics, mostly in science and history.
Many of the book titles contain a series of topics that normally span no more than a two-page spread in the book. Due to the brevity of the topics, the books easy to pick up and put down. In fact, they are perfect for car rides, doctor’s office visits, or when they are waiting for just about anything.
National Geographic Kids Back to School Giveaway
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- Beginner’s United States Atlas, Third Edition, (ages 7-10, 128 pages, paperback)
This fully updated atlas is a great way to introduce young readers to the wonders of the United States, with maps, fun facts, geographical features, and more.
- United States Atlas Sixth Edition, (ages 8-12, 176 pages, paperback)
This best-selling United States atlas contains maps, stats, facts, and pictures perfect for upper elementary and middle school students. Vibrant images and fun facts will keep your student coming back for more.
- 5,000 Awesome Facts (About Everything!) – (ages 8-12, 224 pages, hardcover)
This is by far my children’s’ favorite book in the series. This book is full of amazing photographs, fun topics, and awesome facts.
- Izzy Newton and the S.M.A.R.T. Squad: Absolute Hero (ages 8-12, 192 pages, hardcover)
Author of many beloved American Girl books, Valerie Tripp, has created this brand new series for National Geographic Kids. Join Izzy Newton and her friends at Atom Middle School in the first adventure of this new middle-grade fiction series.
- Little Kids First Big Book of Science (ages 4-8, 128 pages, hardcover)
Another title that is easy and fun to read in small chunks. Your young elementary students are going to love this reference book. It will inspire them to be curious, ask questions, and also think more about the world around them.
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Bernadette Manaay is a proud mom of two wonderful kids, Ianna and Bernard. She has been married to her husband, Ian, for almost 11 years. Bernadette is a Physical Therapist by profession in Metro Detroit. Her family loves to travel and go camping every summer and early fall. Her desire and passion to document her family’s everyday life lead her to become a self-taught photographer. It is very fulfilling to a mom to capture and freeze as many moments as we can because time just flies so fast. See the special memories of her family on her Instagram account: @adetteskyph.